This cool-climate wine region produces world-class pinot noir, riesling, chardonnay and sparkling wine
A taste of Burgundy in the Pacific Northwest
Nestled in the foothills of the Coast Range Mountains, between Portland and the Pacific Ocean, is the Willamette Valley. More than 200 wineries inhabit this 242-kilometre-long fertile stretch where the climate is cool and moist, with the right amount of sunshine to grow tempermental pinot noir grapes, the red grapes for which Burgundy, France, is renowned.
How to tackle the fall wine season in Niagara, Ontario
Get the most of out of this Okanagan Valley wine town
This rising star offers a wealth of ancient vines
Race car drivers and wine go hand in hand
Accommodations and restaurants Beaune and Chablis, as well as Paris
Check out Jennifer Hamilton's article on Burgundy and learn about Chablis.
A trip to one of the world’s premiere winegrowing regions is as much a lesson in history and geology as it is in passion and flavour
Festivals for foodies around the world
Wine regions in the New World and Old World that are worth the trip
In September 2010, I realized my dream of visiting Madeira, Portugal. Since entering the wine industry and discovering the region, I have been captivated by its wine, geography and history — it was wonderful to finally see it in person. I plan to return soon, for a wine trip and a vacation.