Wine Enthusiast's tasting panel reviewed 100 wines and felt these were the finest value-priced wines for 2010. Check out which Badger Liquor Wines made the top 100!
"What captivates people about Sauvignon Blanc is its crispness, its citrusy zing, its refreshing vivacity—all those qualities that make it one of the best wines for hot summer days," writes F&W's Ray Isle. The grape does have its skeptics, though. Here, Ray tracks down 15 Sauvignon Blancs for any palate—from luscious and fruity to lean and minerally bottlings.
Today's wine-packaging breakthroughs include metal barrels, plastic bottles, cardboard boxes, aluminum cans and even test tubes (available only in France, at least for now).
It's the moment many people dread - when they are asked to chose the wine. Not only do they not know what to pick, they don't even know how to pronounce it, according to a survey.
Call it moscato momentum.
An old grape is winning new fans as more people turn to the sweet, floral wine that's easy on the purse and the palate.
This spring, Underdog Wine Merchants unveiled the Octavin Home Wine Bar, an artisanal collection of 10 wines in octagonal cylinders. These containers, which started hitting stores in May, do the impossible - they make boxed wines sexy.
Premium boxed wine pioneer Black Box crossed 2 million cases in U.S. depletions last year, even as competition in the small but fast-growing boxed wine segment intensified. This year, Constellation-owned Black Box expects to maintain double-digit growth through new line extensions and packaging innovations.
Since Justin Vineyards & Winery was sold to Fiji Water owners Lynda and Stewart Resnick in November 2010, the 100,000-case Paso Robles property has focused on wine quality and improving operations.
10 Wine Resolutions for 2012.
Trinchero Family Estates has three Impact “Hot Brands” in its portfolio: Sutter Home, Ménage à Trois and Sycamore Lane.
The Symphony IRI Group ranked California's Cupcake Vineyards the No. 1 brand in its annual Top 30 Momentum Table Wine Brands analysis.
Baboons with a taste for Chardonnay grapes are terrorizing farmers in South Africa's Western Cape wine region, munching tonnes of grapes ready for harvesting, local media reported on Monday.