In-depth articles about wine, regions, varieties, producers, science, and geography.
Learning about wine is a challenge due to old data and difficult to access tools, but Wine Folly is changing both to make wine learning easier for the world.
Pinot Noir is growing in popularity in Marlborough, New Zealand. The area known for its Sauvignon Blanc has a new rising wine star.
Spicy red wine – Syrah, Chianti, and Californian Zinfandel. Learn more now about your palate and how to choose bold spicy red wine.
There’s a lot to consider when opening a bottle of Champagne for your celeberation. We’ve got you covered with our Handy Champagne Guide.
Dive into New Zealand’s Chardonnay – your next favorite wine is waiting to be discovered in a small land with passionate wine makers.
Let’s take a closer look at Wine Folly’s new Region Guides and wine tasting courses!
Hawkes Bay may be New Zealand’s greatest wine region, making it one of the world’s. Explore this fascinating wine region.
People love Tawny Port wine for it’s sweet flavors of caramel, cocoa, dried fruit, and nuts. Lets find out which style of Tawny to choose based on your tastes.
Get excited for a dark horse Italian wine. These 8 wines from Southern Italy aren’t well-known, but you just might crown them a winner.
Looking for clean wines? Let’s explore some of the fears around wine additives and sulfites and what’s actually giving you a headache.
When it comes to AOC wine and French classifications, it can feel really complicated really fast. But if you know some basics, you’ll find that understanding comes pretty easily.
Unless you want its fruity and floral aromas to become those of cooked cabbage, wet cardboard and wet dog, make sure your wine and sunlight stay far away from each other. Keep reading for more on this and what else you can do to protect your wine.
Ready to organize your wine collection, but not sure where to begin? Here are tips on wine storage and how to organize your wine cellar or cooler.
Wine antioxidants: we keep hearing about how good for us they are. But what are they, and why should we even care about them?
Not all wine faults are created equal: some are used intentionally to enhance a wine’s unique character! Learn what makes some “flawed” wines so appealing.
The role of a winemaker is often a romanticized profession. But the truth is that winemakers manage an infinite number of variables to produce the wine in your glass.
We hear about whole cluster fermentation more and more each year. Perhaps you’ve also heard how wines sometimes taste “stemmy.” So, what’s the benefit?
Whether you work in wine or just want to refine your knowledge, online wine courses offer a great way to build your foundation. Plus, you don’t even have to leave the house.
Let’s understand wine aromas through the science behind them. As it turns out, those little whiffs of fruit, flowers, and “minerality” help us deconstruct a wine.
Concrete egg-shaped fermenters: One of the newest trends in innovative wine-making? Or a doomed fad destined to go the way of the mullet?
What’s the truth behind wine and health? From the French Paradox to the Mediterranean Diet and the latest science of aging, let’s get to grips with the debate.
This is the story of the Madame Clicquot Ponsardin and her vision for her brand, Veuve Clicquot. Her determination changed the face of Champagne.
Taking your wine education to the next level? Know where to start. Here’s a breakdown of wine sommelier levels and what they really mean.