The 30 Best Chardonnays for 2024

VinePair

Chardonnay is the most popular white wine on earth. The grape is a near-blank canvas, capable of being produced in a gamut of different styles.

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The 9 Best German Rieslings to Buy Right Now

Robb Report

Riesling is one of those wines we love but often forget about when opening a bottle of white wine to have with dinner or share with friends as an aperitif.

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The 25 Best Pinot Noirs for 2024

VinePair

In 2024, it’s not news that Pinot Noir is a popular grape. The thin-skinned variety, originally from France’s esteemed Burgundy region, captivated winemakers with its elegance and freshness and has taken off over the past two decades.

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Get to Know Spätburgunder, a.k.a. German Pinot Noir

Wine Enthusiast

“German Pinot Noir is one of the most under-appreciated wine categories,” says Jenna Fields, the president of the German Wine Collection, a California-based importer.

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Silvaner’s German Plantings Are Dropping—But Its Reputation Is Rising

SevenFifty Daily

Unlike elsewhere in Germany, Silvaner reigns supreme in Franken, where winemakers are dialing in the right viticulture techniques for quality—and the industry is noticing

 

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German Riesling: A Buying Guide For Beginners

Decanter
Explore the all-in-one guide to the classic Riesling regions in Germany and learn how to decipher labels just in time for International Riesling Day.
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Even With The Alcohol Removed, These New Wines Are Actually Good

The Washington Post

The trend toward “Dry January” and “mindful drinking” has prompted a boomlet in dealcoholized wine and “wine alternatives,” creative concoctions meant to mimic wine’s body and flavor. There are several new choices that weren’t on the market a year ago, appealing to consumers who want the experience of wine without the effects and aftereffects of alcohol.

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This Wine Is Chronically Misunderstood. Here’s Why Millennials Could Rescue It

San Francisco Chronicle

Wine’s most underrated grape could finally get its due thanks to Millennials and Generation Z, the same groups that the industry complains are not drinking enough wine.

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