Road Tripping and Tasting through Salta Wine Country

Founded in 1582, Salta, Argentina is known for its Spanish colonial architecture and deep Andean heritage. Coravin Guest Contributor Jacqueline Coleman...

From Sea to Shining Sea: America’s First Bi-Coastal Winery

Are you always stuck choosing between East Coast and West Coast wines? Paradise Springs Winery, the first bi-coastal winery in the...

Explore the Origins of Grenache: A Journey Through Spain and France

The Mediterranean is a must-see destination for most wine enthusiasts! Jacqueline Coleman, certified sommelier, and wine writer, recently spent time straddling the border between...

Regional Profiles: 6 Reasons to Try Texas Wine

Rachael Wolz (@rachaelthewino), an Illinois native, began working in the Texas wine industry in early 2012, getting her start with a local winery in...

Regional Profiles: South African Wine Country (Stellenbosch and Franschhoek)

Rolling hills, sprawling vineyards, and mountain views are just a few of the reasons why South African wine country should be a destination on...

Regional Snapshot: Paso Robles, California

Traveling from coast to coast tasting the wines of the world is the stuff dreams are made of! Though traveling to every beautiful vineyard...

Understanding Willamette Valley Pinot Noir

If you’ve ever shopped for Oregon Pinot Noir, you’ve probably noticed most bottles on the shelf come from the Willamette Valley. Given 90 percent...
Resealing the Cork

A Little About Resealing Corks

The Coravin System relies on natural cork bottle closures to reseal after accessing a bottle of wine. There are a few factors that can...

Quick Guide to the Wines of the Loire Valley

The Loire Valley is known as “the Garden of France” for its parks, gardens, fruit orchards and, of course, vineyards. Home to around 4000...

Here’s Why You Should Try Croatian Wine

A decade ago, Americans barely knew Croatia. The slender, coastal country hugging the limpid Adriatic was associated with the dissolution of Yugoslavia and the...