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...

Road Tripping and Wine 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...

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...
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...

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...

California Wineries Growing Italian Varieties

Italian grapes are notoriously difficult to grow successfully in other countries. The issue isn’t that they won’t flower and ripen, per se, but that...

Domaine Bousquet: Pioneering Sustainability in Argentina’s Mendoza Wine Region

High up in Mendoza’s Uco Valley sits Domaine Bousquet Winery, founded by French winemaker Jean Bousquet. First converted into a winery...

Ten Wines to Nudge Your Holiday from Special to Extraordinary

Hosting a holiday feast at your house this year? Have oenophiles on your shopping list? There’s a wine – and price point – for...

Get to Know Albariño from Rias Baixas

When viewed from space, earth shows distinct areas of blue, white, green, and brown. Zooming in offers a closer look at the emerald hues...

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...