Producers in New York state’s Finger Lakes region are experimenting with styles and site specifics as their wines find a larger audience both at home and abroad.
The Institute of Masters of Wine has announced three new Masters of Wine in the US and Australia, including only the fourth-ever double Master.
Volume sales of wines over £7 are up 16% in the UK as consumers opt to spend more on individual bottles, but less frequently on wine.
Victoria Moore picks out a wine that she says is “really superb stuff” while Jane MacQuitty recommends a “mouthwateringly racy, minerally, top-drawer Aussie”.
Wines of India has confirmed that it will be at this year’s London International Wine Fair for the third year running.
Kleine Zalze winemaker Johan Joubert warned of the threat facing SAs old bush vine Chenin Blanc.
Breathtaking views, ultimate burgers, Hollywood movies and high-quality cava all featured during another busy week in the drinks industry.
A court has heard how a group of fraudsters conned hundreds of people out of £4.5 million through bogus wine investments.
Canada’s wineries are becoming increasingly focused on specific grape varieties as the country’s wine industry matures.
The Campaign for Real Ale (Camra) has launched the new edition of its Good Bottled Beer Guide, which features over 1,800 bottle-conditioned beers.
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