To Attract More Drinkers, Wine Needs Clearer Labels | Wine Enthusiast
Many brands have a lot to boast about when it comes to wine production, their sustainability practices and more. So why aren't these facts on wine labels?
A Guide to Armenia, One of the World's Oldest Wine Regions | Wine Enthusiast
In the oldest grape cultivating part of the world, modern Armenia sits in what was once known as the cradle of wine. Here's your guide.
Confusing Sweetness and Fruitiness in Wine — EverWonderWine?
Many wine drinkers may confuse the taste sensations of sweet and fruity. While our brain naturally associates fruit aromas and flavors with sweetness, they are often not directly associated with each other when it comes to wine. “Fruity” is a term that gets used to describe a wine that has pronoun
Israeli desert could hold the secret to wine surviving climate change
Traditional winegrowing regions struggling with drought and wildfires as a result of climate change are looking to vineyards thriving in the barren desert for guidance.
Experts Bust 'Romantic' Wine Myth You Probably Still Believe
Wine has an alluring history, made sexier over the centuries by the damaged archangels that have sipped it. But one romantic myth needs to go.
The New Rules of Wine Glasses? There are No Rules. | Wine Enthusiast
From 1920s coupes to the aughts' stemless revolution, wine glasses have evolved with U.S. culture. Explore how the pandemic shifts habits.
What Is Bottle Shock (and How Do You Fix It)? | Wine Enthusiast
Bottle shock, or “bottle sickness,” describes a recently shipped wine with aromas and flavors that have seemingly shut down. Here's how it happens.