Wine dates back many, many centuries and is a complex and historic drink. Wine comes in many different forms and every different type of wine has its own flavor, color and texture. Learn all about the complexity of wine on TLC Cooking.
American wines are relatively new to the game, but they're growing in popularity and gaining more respect. Learn more about these rookie wines.
Think all fine wines come from France, Italy and California? Think again. Some of the best reds, especially Malbecs, are produced in Argentina.
Tired of the same old bottles of merlot and chardonnay? Consider Chile. Known for its value pricing, Chilean wine comes in a wide variety of whites and reds to please any palate.
Most people don't think of China as a winemaking force to be reckoned with, but it could be well on its way. Learn more about Chinese wines and how fast their popularity is growing.
In a land known for beer, you might be surprised to know that Germany produces a lot of really good wines, too. Follow us on a tour of German wines.
Join us as we explore everything about Greek wines, including their divine history, diverse production regions and delicious applications.
Bike tours have become popular in virtually every place that wine is produced, but how do you combine wine tasting and a strenuous activity like biking? It's a lot easier than you'd think, actually.
Choosing the right wine country tour can give you a unique experience that you wouldn't have exploring the area on your own. What's the best way for you to enjoy wine country?
These days, there's more to a wine country visit than tipping stemware. Many wineries also include spectacular gardens that can expand a traveler's wine tour experience. What are some of the best gardens in wine country?
What better way to sample a region's vineyards than hit the road in an RV? We've got five fantastic RV resorts dedicated to the grape.
Wine country is the chic choice for winery tours, honeymoons, anniversary celebrations, graduation trips and girlfriend getaways. But when should you go? Which time of year will provide you with the best possible experience?
What could be a better way to enjoy wine than to travel through the gorgeous terrain that produces it with other people who love the grape? And how can you get the most from a train trip through wine country?
A wine country vacation can take place almost anywhere. Pack your bags for Europe or visit one of America's numerous top-of-the-line wineries. Just remember to relax and smell the roses (or taste the grapes, as the case may be).
From rivers to forests, Northern California's wine country boasts more than just wineries, and balloon tours are a whimsical way to take in these breathtaking views. How can you take a hot air balloon through wine country?
Why tour one vineyard when you can visit several? Hit the road and plan a great trip through wine country.
You don't have to live in Napa Valley to host a wine country party. This romantic pairing of wine, food and friends can happen anywhere. We'll show you how.
Instead of taking in the surrounding landscape in your sedate sedan or in a bus like a tourist, get intimate with your surroundings. Explore the vineyards like the vintners of old -- on the back of a horse.
Think there's just a few crushed grapes and some sugar in your wine? Think again. There's a lot more that goes into making that bottle of vino we all love.
If working with wine is your ultimate dream, there are a number of ways in. From making the wine to working the fields, we'll tell you about the 10 coolest jobs.
During the fermentation process, wine can turn out so many different ways that those who drink it have sought to know a little about that magic. What are some wine tidbits that you might not know?
Pairing wine with food can be intimidating if you aren't a foodie or wine connoisseur. What goes with pork? What's the best wine for pasta in a red sauce? We have 10 tips for picking the perfect pairing.
Wine is produced, sold and consumed the world over, but which countries put out the most?
Good wine is subjective, but that doesn't stop critics from making picks. Here, we've pulled together the five best wines under $12 based on their experienced palates.
Wine enthusiasts are eager to view nutrition research through rose-colored glasses -- ourselves included. We set aside our bias to find 5 facts about the nutritional value of red wine.
Rose wines are favorites for warm summer days. They may have a hint of their fruity origin, but they aren't necessarily sweet.