DWWA judge profile: Tina Gellie
Tina Gellie is a judge at the 2023 Decanter World Wine Awards (DWWA). Tina Gellie has been working for Decanter since 2008. She started ..
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 ..
Top dining experiences of the northern Rhône
Vienne Located south of Lyon, La Pyramide in Vienne is a ‘temple to gastronomy’, according to Decanter’s Rhône correspondent ..
Women in wine: Bordeaux
Bordeaux has a history of extraordinary women running vineyards. In Sauternes & Barsac Françoise-Joséphine d’Yquem was imprisoned ..
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 ..
Tension rises over Ireland’s health warning labels for wine
Ireland’s government has recently notified the World Trade Organisation (WTO) of its plans for mandatory health warning labels on wine ..
Bordeaux winemaker turns north to make Breton Chardonnay
Lamballe, CEO of window manufacturer FenêtréA, purchased the 25-hectare property Kerfraval in the village of Baden, near the natural harbour ..
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 ..
The best sites in the Rhône Valley for red and white wines
As one of the largest wine making regions in the world, it is not surprising that the Rhône Valley is home to some exceptional wines and when ..
Winners of the 2023 Star Wine List of the Year Awards UK revealed
For the UK’s third edition of the Star Wine List of the Year Awards, held in partnership with trade title The Buyer, a jury of top sommeliers ..