Recently Published - Rías Baixas: Albariño and More

Future Reports

Report #84: Wines of Northwest Spain: Galicia, Bierzo, & More

The Wines of Galicia

wine onlineHow to Purchase Individual Reports

Visit our a la carte report subscription page, select specific reports you are interested in, fill in your information and check out. Online payments will enable immmediate access to the purchased reports.

Reports by Country

Reports by Country

The International Wine Review strictly protects the security of your personal information. We carefully protect your data from loss, misuse, unauthorized access or disclosure, alteration, or destruction. Your personal information is never shared outside IWR without your permission. Our privacy policy has been updated to address new privacy laws in Europe promulgated in the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR. Read our privacy policy.

subscribe to i-WineReview's BlogWine Review Articles

Drew Winery:  Brilliant Winemaking in the Mendocino Ridge and Anderson Valley

Posted on January 12 2021

Drew Winery is the leading producer of Pinot Noir in the Mendocino Ridge AVA, a unique elevation-based coastal growing area in California’s far northern coast.  The winery is owned and operated by Jason and Molly Drew who founded their winery … Continue reading

Top Wines from Northern Italy: Tuscany, Veneto, Friuli, and the Piedmont

Posted on January 10 2021

  Readers who enjoy the best of Italian wine will want to focus on our reviews below of outstanding new releases from northern and central Italian producers.   We provide the names of importers for consumers needing information on where to … Continue reading

Casal de Armán’s Current Releases from Galicia’s Ribeiro D.O.

Posted on January 4 2021

Casal de Armán is a family owned winery with 20 hectares of its own vineyards in the historic valley of the Avia River in the Ribeiro Denominación de Orígen (DO) in Galicia. The vineyards are terraced with heights ranging from … Continue reading

Trapiche Winery: Argentina’s Oldest and Finest

Posted on December 30 2020

Trapiche is one of Argentina’s oldest and finest wineries.  Since its establishment in 1883 it has experienced phenomenal growth in parallel with the Argentine wine industry and today produces more than 3 million cases of wine annually in all price … Continue reading

Sweet and Red Vermouth from Italy, Spain and America

Posted on December 20 2020

Vermouth is growing in popularity, especially among younger people looking for a lower alcohol alternative to spirits.  Among all Vermouths, sales of red, or sweet, Vermouth are growing fastest.  While it can be used as a mixer for cocktails like … Continue reading

Wine Conversations

Lodi’s Bechthold Vineyard: One of America’s Oldest

Hors Catègorie: An American Jewel

Rosa Kruger on the Old Vines of South Africa