Seely to steer Douro red revolution
Quinta do Noval custodian Christian Seely is on a mission to spearhead the Douro Valley’s dry red revolution at his own property, Quinta da Romaneira.
Languedoc counts cost of deluge
Producers in Languedoc-Roussillon are counting the cost of record rainfall which hit the region earlier this week causing severe floods.
The International Wine & Spirits Research has released its 2014 report on duty free trends of 2013, and with it the world’s biggest travel retail brands.
In the magazine
The new UK ambassador for Pays d’Oc IGP wines in southern France has been announced as Fiona Taylor from Christopher Piper Wines.
With the fifth London Cocktail week round the corner we round up some of the capital’s top bars taking part in a week’s worth of cut-price cocktail frivolity.
A disabled woman frustrated at the lack of information on access when travelling has started a guide to California’s wine country for the disabled.
A minimum price of 45p per unit in the UK would be 50 times more effective in combatting alcohol misuse than current measures, new research claims.
The UK spent more on illicit substances and prostitution last year than it did on wine and beer.
A German city has launched a controversial programme that will see its alcoholic homeless sweep the streets in return for beer and cigarettes.
the drinks business
After the longest bear market on record things may be starting to change after another positive month on Liv-ex.
Wine critic Robert Parker has announced a plan to bring his “Grand World Tour” to London early next year.
Simon Staples has been appointed Berry Bros & Rudd’s new sales director for Japan.
A look at Burgundy and how its wines and vineyards were considered by wine professionals and keen amateurs before the arrival of the AOC system is to be examined in a new book.