Andrew Jefford: ‘The situation holds Georgian wine developments in check’
I’d visited Kakheti, Kartli and Imereti before – Georgia’s dominant central wine-producing zones; but never the wild exterior. From ..
Grapevines first domesticated 11,000 years ago, says study
In a large-scale genetic analysis of grapevine varieties, scientists across 16 countries identified two separate domestication events that ..
Decanter magazine latest issue: March 2023
Inside the March 2023 issue of Decanter magazine: FEATURES Bordeaux 2020 in-bottle Scores and notes on 40 high-scoring wines, tasted by Decanter’s ..
What the Decanter team is drinking this Christmas
Tina Gellie, Content Manager and Regional Editor (Australia, South Africa, New Zealand & Canada) It was a big year of Decanter travel ..
A Spanish red retailing at €1,700 joins the Wines From Another World portfolio
Last year, Cláudio Martins and Pedro Antunes caused a stir in the Portuguese wine trade when they unveiled a €1,000 talha wine from Alentejo. ..
Georgia’s indigenous grapes: reviving hidden treasures
‘When I started producing wine, the wineries were all in a very bad condition,’ said Askaneli Brothers president Gocha Chkhaidze, recalling ..
Andrew Jefford: ‘I urge every reader to enjoy wine thoughtfully’
I first contributed to Decanter back in November 1988; the hundreds of columns and articles I’ve written since constitute a journey of discovery. ..
Decanter Editor-in-Chief’s New York Fine Wine Encounter top tips
There are going to be some utterly splendid wines to taste at our New York Fine Wine Encounter – many of the world’s grandest winemakers ..
Moldovan winery creates ‘Freedom Blend’ to support Ukrainian refugees
The ‘Freedom Blend’blend uses a combination of indigenous grape varieties from Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova to symbolise and celebrate ..
Decanter World Wine Awards 2022: Results announced
The world’s largest and most influential wine competition, Decanter World Wine Awards results offer a definitive guide to the dynamic ..