Innovative vintners are combining classic French tradition with earth-friendly viticulture and international wine styles to lift up the Languedoc on the Mediterranean.
Resident wine expert Sandra Silfven on all things vino
Frenchman Jean-Charles Boisset, rooted in Burgundy and president of Boisset Family Estates, has transformed this historic California brand.
Just in time for New Year’s Eve, an industrious Macomb Township couple have upped their stake in Michigan wineries by opening the state’s first multi-winery tasting room.
The consulting and research firm Technomic says we’ll be drinking sweeter wines and more eclectic beers and spirits.
Leading U.S. wine importer Leonardo LoCascio, founder of Winebow, can be depended on for topnotch, affordable wines from around the world, especially Italy, Sicily, Argentina, Chile and Spain. He gravitates to smaller family-owned wineries.
Looking for a wine to gift a friend — or better yet yourself? Wild Horse Winery & Vineyards is an iconic brand that makes reds that melt in the mouth.
Wine on a budget: Get to know Australia’s FishEye brand. See reviews of the Chardonnay, Riesling and Moscato.
Bonterra has been a name in organic wines since the early 1990s. And this brand that is part of the Fetzer family is a survivor. Under a new owner it still flouirshes — and dazzles the palate.
Echelon brand from California will surprise your palate and pocketbook. You can afford the Napa Valley Chardonnay.
As the number of Michigan wineries climbs toward the century mark, the earliest vintners are grooming the next generation.