Beaujolais is best-known for its cheerful reds, but the region top wines are nuanced and complex. Learn about these lovely wines from one of Beaujolais' top winemakers, Guillaume de Castelnau of Ch. des Jacques.
In 2015, the Argentina Wine Awards put their wines under the critical eye of the worlds's most influential women in wine. Meet the women and go behind the scenes of this prestigious wine competition. -sponsored content-
After the sale of his family winery, Cos d'Estournel, Bruno Prats joined forces with the Symington family, famous for Port. Bruno discusses starting over in a new region. Note: the wine, Chryseia 2011, is Wine Spectator's #3 wine of 2014.
Two wines made nearly 4 decades apart show the evolution of Napa Cabernet. Learn the difference in decanting fully mature and young Cabs as well as what to look for in these wines as Peter Mondavi Jr. of Charles Krug joins Gloria Maroti Frazee.
Gearing up for the NCAA Final Four? So are we at Wine Spectator! In this behind-the-scenes video, our intrepid team of staffers taste through wines from Kentucky, Wisconsin, North Carolina and Michigan to predict who will win the championship.
What are the styles associated with Shiraz from Australia's key regions? The master class continues as Michael Twelftree and Gloria Maroti Frazee focus on Shiraz from McLaren Vale and Langhorne. part 2 of the series
A master class on the Northern Rhône by one of the region's top winemakers. Learn about this region as Philippe Guigal presents a lineup of E. Guigal's most sought-after wines, starting with Condrieu. part 1; more to follow
These two iconic Tuscan reds are shaped in the vineyard and in the winery. Gain insights into the decision-making as Piero Antinori and winemaker Renzo Cotarella compare the 2007 vintage of each. part 4/4