At one time, Alicante Bouschet was one of the most popular grapes planted in the United States.
Get to know Aligoté, and learn to make your own Aligoté wine at home.
From growing the grapes to aging the wine, the executive winemaker at Duckhorn Vineyards offers tips on catching that perfect Cabernet Sauvignon flavor from fresh grapes.
Black Spanish is making a name for itself in Texas and other southern states for its dark pigmented wines and resistance to Pierce’s Disease.
WineMaker's Technical Editor took a trip in late 2014 to Bordeaux, France and brought back some winemaking tips.
The Wiz describes how to put the punch in your Port wine, and more.
Cab and Syrah, together? We explain the rationale behind this blend and the best procedures for making it at home.
Chardonnay is a classic, and widely planted, white wine grape that can be made into many styles of wine.
Like its namesake flower, Edelweiss is both delicate and hardy. This cold-tolerant hybrid can produce a Riesling-like wine — which you may need to get that song out of your head.
Do you remember what your parents were drinking while Frampton Comes Alive was playing on your 8-track? Odds are pretty good it was French Columbard. Dusting off a 70's classic.
From finding the fruit through fermentation and aging, here's how to make the exotic German wine that's hard to say and easy to love.
Bordeaux and Burgundy are great. But the Rhône Valley produces some of France's most interesting wines. Best of all, you can make Rhône-style wines at home.