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...
Region of the Week: The Finger Lakes

Region of the Week: The Finger Lakes

Last month, Coravin explored the Finger Lakes region for the first time, for the Wine Bloggers Conference 2015. The upstate New York region is...
Summer Fruit Wines

Fruit Wines to Try This Summer

When people hear the word “wine” they automatically associate it with fermented grape juice and a great time. Although they are not completely mistaken,...
Chenin Blanc

Essential Loire: Chenin Blanc

Chenin Blanc is one of the great unsung grape varieties, capable of producing stunning wines of world-class caliber, and the Loire Valley produces wine from...

Big Changes in Beloved Rioja and What They Mean for Consumers

Tempranillo-based Rioja has long held a fabled reputation in the minds of wine lovers. But for many in the industry, fabled had begun to...
California Wine Regions

Wine Nation Series: California Wine

If you asked the people of California to describe wine in one word they’d probably say: necessary. California’s impressive wine portfolio has led to...

Born of Fire and Violence: Volcanic Wines

Vineyards and volcanoes may sound like an unusual pairing, but in truth, it’s one that has long been established. For hundreds of years, from...
Chianti

Wine of the Week: Chianti

Italy prides itself on its history, its culture of art and fashion, its mouthwatering cuisine… and its Chianti. This iconic red comes straight from...
Guide to France

A Beginner’s Guide To: France

Learning about wine is a major task to undertake; each wine making region has its own regulations, traditions, styles, hallmarks and sub regions. France...