Pride Fort Lauderdale celebrates nation’s only “Love Pride” February 11

Dr. Elinor Garely- January 31, 2018

Pride Fort Lauderdale celebrates nation’s only “Love Pride” Pride Fort Lauderdale will celebrate the nation’s only “Love Pride” on Sunday, February 11 from noon to ... Read More

China boosts Penfolds owner Treasury Wine Estates – figures

wines- January 31, 2018

Selling more wines in China, and across Asia more generally, has helped to buoy Treasury Wine Estates in the first half of its financial year ... Read More

Corinthia Hotel Prague’s celebrity chef, Jean-Paul Georges Manzac, creates superfood menu for Prague’s annual Grand Restaurant Festival

Dr. Elinor Garely- January 30, 2018

The Grill restaurant Corinthia Hotel Prague is once again participating in the annual Grand Restaurant Festival in Prague that runs from now until February 28, ... Read More

US wineries to sell $3 billion of wine direct in 2018 – study

wines- January 29, 2018

Wineries in the US have continued to see growth in direct sales to wine lovers in the past year, and the total market will top ... Read More

Jefford on Monday: Tracking terroir

wines- January 29, 2018

Could microbes be the key?  Andrew Jefford talks to McLaren Vale winemaker Drew Noon MW. Drew Noon shows how gravel soil in the vineyard is ... Read More

2015 Wines: A Very Good Year for Bordeaux

wines- January 29, 2018

by Dr. Elinor Garely, editor in chief of Thank you, Mother Nature. 2015 is a very good year for the wines of Bordeaux. This ... Read More

Umbria, Italy: Perfect weekend R & R

Dr. Elinor Garely- January 27, 2018

It is Tuesday, and you feel a need to get out-of-town. The usual list of options puts locations within drive, rail or bus distance at ... Read More

No Château Climens 2017 due to frost damage

wines- January 26, 2018

Sauternes producer Château Climens does not plan to make any 'first wine' from the 2017 vintage after seeing vineyards damaged by devastating frost that struck ... Read More

Thieves steal 1,000 Brunello wines from Col D’Orcia

wines- January 26, 2018

Thieves operating in the dead of night have stolen 1,000 bottles of Brunello di Montalcino from high profile estate Col d'Orcia, including 'irreplaceable' library vintages. ... Read More

OW Loeb merchant insists future is bright

wines- January 26, 2018

The owner of respected wine merchant OW Loeb has insisted the business has a ‘bright future’ despite reports of numerous problems, including late payments and resignations ... Read More

Saint Lucia Tourism Authority hosts successful Food & Rum Festival

Dr. Elinor Garely- January 25, 2018

Saint Lucia Food & Rum Festival The Saint Lucia Food & Rum festival marked its return with a proof of concept pilot held from January ... Read More

Anson: All change at Château Dauzac

wines- January 25, 2018

Jane Anson explores an 'abundance' of changes at Château Dauzac in Bordeaux's Médoc region in recent years.Decanter Premium members can also see her ratings and ... Read More

Suspected French wine militants to be tried in court

wines- January 25, 2018

Several alleged members of the militant French winemaker group CRAV are set to face trial this March in a sign that authorities are attempting to ... Read More

Tasted: Domaine de la Romanée-Conti 2015 wines in the bottle

wines- January 24, 2018

Decanter's content director, John Stimpfig, was fortunate enough to be invited to Domaine de la Romanée-Conti's annual in-bottle tasting, hosted by the Burgundy estate's exclusive ... Read More

Burns Night: Wines and whiskies to match with haggis

wines- January 24, 2018

If you're celebrating Burns Night 2018 then haggis is likely to make an appearance. Here are the wine styles that Decanter team members would choose ... Read More

Burns Night: Scotland’s wine pioneers

wines- January 23, 2018

Scotland may be better known for its whisky than wine, but that hasn’t stopped these Scots venturing to more reliable wine regions down through the ... Read More

CVNE buys historic Cava producer

wines- January 23, 2018

Rioja giant CVNE has made its first foray into Cava with the purchase of Roger Goulart. One of Cava's oldest producers has been bought by ... Read More

Barolo and Barbaresco legend Bruno Giacosa dies

wines- January 22, 2018

Bruno Giacosa, one of the leading lights of Piedmont for several decades, has died in hospital at the age of 88. Bruno Giacosa's commitment to ... Read More

Dubai Food Festival returns for fifth year

Dr. Elinor Garely- January 22, 2018

Dubai Food Festival returns for fifth year Dubai Food Festival (DFF) is Dubai’s annual citywide culinary celebration and is returning from 22 February – 10 ... Read More

Jefford on Monday: Tenants and sharecroppers

wines- January 22, 2018

Andrew Jefford explains a secret of French vineyard ownership. Beaujolais vineyards in Brouilly. Credit: Andrew Jefford If you travel in French wine regions and meet ... Read More

Haut-Bailly announces Chris Wilmers as new president

wines- January 22, 2018

Chris Wilmers will succeed his late father, Bob, as president of Château Haut-Bailly. Château Haut-Bailly and its vineyards bathed in the summer sunshine. Chris Wilmers is ... Read More

Travel in Africa Up Close: Enormous opportunities for tourism but leadership?

Dr. Elinor Garely- January 22, 2018

It takes 17+ hours to fly the 7960 miles from to Johannesburg, South Africa from New York City. When the trip is made in coach ... Read More

The best planet for wine? Planet Bordeaux

Dr. Elinor Garely- January 20, 2018

Planet Bordeaux represents Bordeaux and Bordeaux Superieur and is the largest winegrowers’ association in France. The group includes 7 AOCs: Bordeaux Blanc, Bordeaux Superieur Blanc, ... Read More

DRC winemaker Bernard Noblet to retire

wines- January 19, 2018

Domaine de la Romanée-Conti's long-standing winemaker and cellarmaster, Bernard Noblet, is to retire at the end of this month. DRC Romanée-Conti wines from the 1990 ... Read More

How to taste gin like a professional

wines- January 18, 2018

A gin boom has seen the number of UK distilleries more than double in the last five years, to 315, with 49 new distillers starting ... Read More

Anson: Jesse Katz – Remember the name

wines- January 18, 2018

Jane Anson meets a hotly tipped young winemaker who has already produced one of the most expensive wines in the world. Jesse Katz hard at ... Read More

Top 10 travel destinations waiting to be discovered in 2018

Dr. Elinor Garely- January 17, 2018

Travel destinations waiting to be discovered in 2018 We’ve all heard the saying, “The world is your oyster.” But honestly, that doesn’t even begin to ... Read More

Cos d’Estournel to launch luxury ‘COS100’ wine

wines- January 17, 2018

Bordeaux second growth Château Cos d'Estournel is set to release a new cuvée this year. The new COS100 from the Bordeaux 2015 vintage. Credit: Cos d'Estournel ... Read More

How to find travel industry events, trade shows and seminars

Dr. Elinor Garely- January 17, 2018

How to find travel industry events, trade shows and seminars Click to read the full article How to find travel industry events, trade shows and ... Read More

The risk-takers: The realities of buying a vineyard

wines- January 16, 2018

Giving up the daily grind to make wine in idyllic surroundings sounds like living the dream, but what are the realities? Anne Krebiehl MW meets ... Read More