Jeff Meyers knows Zinfandels — and for being a California guy, he knows Michigan too.
Resident wine expert Sandra Silfven on all things vino
Among other things, the new “Gatsby” movie is a toast to Moet’s 1921 vintage. The world’s leading authority on bubbly has tasted it.
This winemaker will test every vineyard to come up with the ripest grapes to produce the most seriously big red wines.
This new winery on the Leelanau Peninsula has deep roots in the Detroit restaurant business.
Geyser Peak maintains its stellar reputation for Sauvignon Blanc — the ideal wine to toast this lovely blast of spring weather over barbecued salmon.
You can find this brand everywhere, probably on sale. Look hard at the Meritage — it overdelivers for eleven bucks.
The Leelanau Wine Trail recently entertained scribes with tastings, tours. Change is in the air in the state’s largest wine region.
Charles Krug is owned by Peter Mondavi, 98, brother of the late Robert Mondavi, and he still goes to work everyday. You have to see this video.
Taste a Chardonnay fermented off wild yeasts that hits every note, and a Bordeaux-style blend big enough for Shaquille O’Neal.
Metro Detroit wholesalers, sommeliers, retail buyers and wine shop owners packed the trade portion of the Michigan Wine Showcase to check out local wines.