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Campari Exits Italian Wines Business

Gruppo Campari has officially left Italian wine behind. The company recently announced an agreement to sell 100% of its Sardinian winery Sella & Mosca and Tuscan winery Teruzzi & Puthod...

Report: Global Wine Production Will Decline 5% In 2016

Production of wine across the globe will slip 5% in 2016 as compared with last year. This according to a forecast report released today by The...

Interview: Changing What Americans Think About Chilean Wine

Chile remains a strong country for wine imports. It’s firmly within the top five countries in terms of the total volume of wine shipped into America. Chile’s...

Tasting: Pascual Toso And The Evolution of Argentinian Wine

Argentinian wines are evolving. They were the fifth most imported wines into America in 2014, only 3,000 gallons behind France, according to the 2015 Beverage...

Tasting: Top-Shelf Tempranillo From Spain’s Figuero

Spanish wine has room to grow in America. Despite the country’s exceptional wine industry, one steeped in history, many American consumers remain unfamiliar with Spanish...

Wine Tasting: Ruca Malen’s Food-Friendly Argentina Malbecs And More

Argentina’s wine industry, suffice to say, is no longer a sleeping giant. Poised for global breakout at the dawn of the 21st century, the country has...

Interview: Diego Pinilla On What Americans Want From Spanish Wine, and...

Diego Pinilla’s new job requires working with wine across continents. Earlier in August he was named the new Chief Winemaker for the Codorníu Raventós Group....

Our Retailer Wine Panel Tastes and Reviews 38 Muscats

As always, these selections include brief tasting notes, a rating and the wine’s retail price (which can vary from store to store and market...

South America’s Premium Wines are Poised for Continued Growth

After decades of explosive growth fueled by fierce competition for low-end market share, South America’s wine industry is maturing into a new phase. Argentina...

4 Overlooked, High-Value French and Italian Wines

France and Italy are renowned for their wines. Bordeaux, Burgundy, Champagne from France; Chianti, Barolo, Prosecco from Italy. But those famous names merely scratch...
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