We're young and broke, but we love wine. How do we reconcile this?
Posted: Mar 15, 2018 1:00pm ET
By Emma Balter
Assistant editor Emma Balter, resident Millennial at Wine Spectator, asks how it's even possible to make affordable wine that appeals to her young, broke generation.
The annual Rieslingfeier celebration shows why the variety is beloved by those in the know
Posted: Mar 2, 2018 2:30pm ET
By Aleks Zecevic
"Bring Riesling to dinner parties!" The plea came from Stephen Bitterolf, founder of vom Boden wine-importing company, who organizes Rieslingfeier, an annual celebration of Riesling now in its sixth year. Associate tasting coordinator Aleksandar Zecevic reports on some decades-old aged Rieslings.
Sales growth is slowing in the U.S. wine market, as Boomers retire and Millennials continue to crash on Mom's couch
Posted: Mar 2, 2018 1:40pm ET
By Mitch Frank
Wine sales growth slowed last year, from 9.9 percent in 2016 to an estimated 4 percent in 2017. That’s still growth, but it’s slowing. Boomers are retiring and Millennials aren't yet earning big wine-spending bucks. Wine Spectator news editor Mitch Frank ask, Where is Gen X in all this talk?