Stories from Dan Berger

Dan Berger takes a closer look at the cult pinot noirs of Williams Selyem.
Dan Berger takes a look back at Fetzer through the last half century.
Vanilla bean, cedar, bacon, chocolate? Many of the tasting notes on acclaimed red wines refer more to the oak barrel wood than to the grape.
Dan Berger discusses climate change in the next few years, and what we can expect.
Don't worry, wine is not as fragile as it may seem.
Berger sings the praises of the “top dog” red wine of Italy, Barolo, which needs to age to reach its potential.
Berger on wine: Merlot has gone up and down in popularity over the years, but seems to be settling down now that it’s planted in the right, cool climate.