Located in northwestern Italy, Piedmont is one of the country’s premiere wine regions. From boisterous Barolo, to easy drinking reds from Alto Piemonte, to fizzy, sweet wines from Asti, there are many wines worth discovering in Piedmont. Learn everything you need to know about Piedmont, here.
Piedmont’s cool, foggy conditions provide optimal growing conditions for Arneis, Dolcetto, and Nebbiolo. Over 80% of the region’s wines fall into DOCG category, making it the largest producer of supremely classified wines in Italy. We feature our favorite producers from Piedmont in this guide.
The Rhone is home to some of France's most celebrated producers, as well as a vast array of microclimates, grape varieties, and winemaking styles. From Syrah in the North, to Grenache-based blends in the South, the producers featured in this guide produce some of the best wines in the Rhone.
Meet Carlton McCoy Jr, MS, wine director of The Little Nell in Aspen, Colorado and get to know a good friend of Verve Wine.
France's Loire Valley offers one of the best quality to price ratios that the wine industry has to offer. In this guide, we feature wine icons, inspirations, and insiders, who produce some of our favorite expressions of Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Franc, Chenin Blanc, and Muscadet in the region.
Natural wine is one of the wine industry’s most widely discussed and debated topics; though for many, a few basic questions still stand: what exactly is natural wine, what’s the big fuss over it, and why should we care? We’re giving you our take on the natural wine movement in this post.
For a wine that makes sense in every situation, look no further than Beaujolais. These Gamay-based wines are highly versatile. Each cru offers a distinct expression and ageability, making the producers in this guide a safe choice for collectors, wine novices, and immediate drinkers alike.
When it comes to varietal wines, Burgundy reigns king. With countless lieux dits and microclimates, attention to both producer and vintage is key. Great wine is crafted by the hands of exceptional winemakers, and the producers we recommend in this guide have been carefully curated just for you.
From rich soups and stews to pumpkin spice everything, we look forward to fall's savory flavors all year long-- though knowing which wines you should drink with them are key. From roasted root vegetables to savory beef stew, we’ve got just the wine pairings you need to create a perfect meal.