Meet verdicchio, vermentino and vernaccia.
Many chardonnay lovers, especially in the U.S., love their oaky, buttery California chardonnay.
Who says you need to drink alcohol to have fun? Try these fun drinks—from some favorite local spots—that are big on flavor, without the buzz.
Known as grenache in France and garnacha in Spain, this grape makes a great blending partner, but can stand on its own as a single variety.
Learn about wine that’s as old as the region itself.
No other grape adopts the profile of its terroir more than pinot noir.
Valpolicella, Ripasso and Amarone. Just saying the names sounds romantic.