Born into a winemaking family, Donatella Cinelli Colombini set out to start her own winery in 1998. Today, she makes highly sought-after wine with her all-female staff. Hear her story and learn how her 97-point 2010 Brunello di Montalcino was made!
What makes the stately Sangiovese reds of Italy's Brunello di Montalcino special? At the 2016 New York Wine Experience, senior editor Bruce Sanderson kicks off a tasting of four distinctive wines from the appellation.
Choosing a wine at a restaurant can be challenging, and when you're ordering for the table, the pressure is on! Mary Dewane of Sonoma's Benovia Winery offers some tips. What does she say is the most important thing to do?
Why do some vines survive for more than 100 years? And what character can you expect to find in their wines? Get answers with Languedoc winemaker Gérard Bertrand and Wine Spectator's Gillian Sciaretta.
During a vertical tasting at the 2017 New York Wine Experience, Corinne Mentzelopoulos reflects on her 37 years at Château Margaux, and discusses how the evolution of the Bordeaux first-growth is reflected in the wines.
Malbec is the star of Argentina, where wineries produce delicious, full-bodied versions of the varietal. What are the signs of a high-quality Malbec? Winemaker Sebastián Zuccardi of Familia Zuccardi shares his insight.
Decanting can be a puzzling—and sometimes intimidating—concept to many wine drinkers. Which wines need it, and why? David Ramey, owner and winemaker at California's Ramey Wine Cellars, weighs in. Get his expert advice!
Why is Henschke Hill of Grace Shiraz more than just a wine? Winemaker Stephen Henschke leads a tasting of the iconic Australian wine at Wine Spectator's 2017 New York Wine Experience, reminding us that each bottle has a story behind it.