Everything You Need to Know About Portugal

Portugal’s vast array of soil types, microclimates, and indigenous grape varieties make it one of the most unique wine-producing nations across ...

Regions & Producers

Pinot Around the Globe, Explained

Who doesn’t love a good bottle of Pinot Noir? Elegant, sophisticated, and terroir-reflective, Pinot Noir creates some of the most delicious and ...

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Six of Our Favorite Burgundian Producers with an Unbelievable Quality to Price Ratio

In honor of this weekend’s Bastille Day celebrations, we’re keeping the wine focus on all things France. We can’t get enough of the country’s ...

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Producers We Love: Dominio del Águila

Spanish viticulture is seeing a renaissance like never before. For far too long, Spain was synonymous with bulk wine and subpar swill, but today, ...

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5 Provençal Producers We're Digging This Summer

Winemaking in Provence is no new thing. The region’s sunny days and cooler nights create optimal conditions for cultivating balanced fruit, making ...

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5 Chablis Producers You Need to Know

Chardonnay from Chablis is perhaps the world’s most distinct expression of the grape. These bottles show a dichotomy between rich texture and ...

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Producers We Love: Cruse Wine Co.

Here at Verve, we love ‘pioneer producers’ that spearhead good winemaking in unexpected places. For far too long, Northern California was ...

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Why You Should Be Drinking This Red Wine During Warm Weather Months

Come late spring, most wine drinkers are packing away their bottles of red and swapping them out for something more refreshing. As much as we love ...

Perfect Pairings, Regions & Producers

These Mexican Drinks Make Cinco de Mayo a Year-Round Celebration

Good wine, good booze-- we love it all. Whether crushing a bottle of mouth-watering wine or sipping slowly on an artisanal spirit, we always put ...

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Everything You Need to Know About Santa Barbara

Old World addicts with a stigma against California clearly haven’t given Santa Barbara a proper shot. The region’s insane topography, unique ...

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Arnot-Roberts & the Future of California

Gone are the days where Northern California was synonymous with boisterous reds and oak-driven, chunky whites. Now more than ever, California ...

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Everything You Need to Know About Sicily

Sicily marches to the beat of its own drum. In addition to being physically detached from Italy’s mainland, the island's unique topography, ...

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Everything You Need to Know About Friuli

Regional diversity is one of the many reasons why Italy is so great. In the realms of food and wine, Italy truly does it all. And when it comes ...

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Everything You Need to Know About New Zealand

When it comes to New Zealand wine, thirst-quenching Sauvignon Blanc is usually the first thing to spring to mind. However, across both islands, ...

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Producers We Love: Domaine Tempier

IAmongst a sea of Provencal producers, Domaine Tempier stands above the rest. Headed by the iconic Peyraud family, the Tempier estate has become ...

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Discover Hungary, Central Europe's Hotbed Rich Dessert Wines & 'Bull's Blood'

When it comes to Old World viticulture, Central Europe is exploding with rich history and delicious bottles-- and Hungary is no exception. ...

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Discover Savoie, France’s Alpine Influenced Wine Region

Small but fierce, Savoie is one of France’s most interesting and underrated regions, producing thirst-quenching wines from an array of local ...

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Discover Austria, Central Europe’s Capital for Cool Climate Wines

Known for crisp whites, earthy, high-acid reds, and rare yet delicious dessert wines, Austria’s viticultural scene has come a long way since ...

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Five of Our Favorite Spanish Natural Wine  Producers

Over the last few decades, Spanish wine has seen a serious revolution-- and we can’t get enough. What was once synonymous with bulk wine and ...

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A Guide to Our Favorite California Producers

With 480,000 acres under vines and a signature ‘New World Winemaking’ style, there’s no region in the world like California, home to 90% of ...

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A Guide to Our Favorite Tuscany Producers

Rolling hills, medieval villages, and juicy Sangiovese as far as the eye can see; it’s no surprise that many wine drinkers’ obsessions began ...

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Discover Tuscany - Italy's Most Famous Wine Region

For many, falling into the world of Italian wine begins with Tuscany. Considered a gateway drug for consumers worldwide, the region is a common ...

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Get to Know Piedmont, Home to World Class Nebbiolo

Tucked away in northwestern Italy, Piedmont is one of the country’s wine producing hotbeds. From the boisterous wines of Barolo, to the easy ...

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A Guide to Our Favorite Piedmont Producers

Nestled away in the foggy hills of northwestern Italy, a grape-growing haven thrives at the feet of the snow-dusted Alps. For zesty whites and ...

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French Wine Regions And Producers

There’s wine-- and then there’s French wine. From the cool, saline-tinged coasts of the Loire, to the sweltering, sun-drenched region of ...

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Discover France's Rhône Valley - North vs. South

Northern Rhône, Southern Rhône-- what’s the difference? Although the two lay nestled within the same valley, the Northern and Southern Rhône ...

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A Guide to Our Favorite Burgundy Producers

For a proper taste of terroir, look no further than the wines of Burgundy, where endless crus, superior quality, and single-vineyards as far as ...

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A Guide To Our Favorite Beaujolais Producers

For a wine that makes sense in every situation, look no further than Beaujolais. These juicy, Gamay-based wines are the definition of ...

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A Guide To Our Favorite Loire Producers

For one of the best quality to price ratios the industry has to offer, look no further than the Loire Valley. Chillable reds, chuggable whites, ...

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7 Rosé Producing Regions You Should Know

From pale pinks to darker hues, to still, varietal, blended, or bubbly, rosé wines are produced all over the style spectrum-- and we have a ...

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A Guide To Our Favorite Champagne Producers

Just 150 kilometers east of Paris, France’s famed City of Lights, lies the world’s unofficial capital of sparkling wine. For the world’s most ...

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A Guide To Our Favorite Rhone Producers

From savory varietal Syrah in the North, to boisterous Grenache-based blends in the South, dotted with full-bodied whites and zesty rosés in ...

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