Australia saw global wine volume exports fall by 6% in 2013, although their average value rose by 1%, according to figures released today by Wine Australia.
A group of Massachusetts monks known for their jams have set up a brewery steeped in more than 100 years of European tradition.
A trend is developing in the United States for craft beers made both with grapes and spent lees.
Pernod Ricard’s Spanish wine arm, Domecq Bodegas, is working to cultivate a luxury position for its Rioja brand Ysios, targeting Chinese consumers.
A component found in red wine could improve the immune system and counteract the effects of a high fat diet, scientists have found for the first time.
Police have seized more than 2,000 bottles of wine from the home of an attorney alleged to be in charge of an illegal mail order wine network.
Veteran quarterback Peyton Manning was more concerned about getting hold of a cold beer than considering his playing career after a crucial win on Sunday night.
Sotheby’s will begin its spring season in New York with an ex-cellar sale of wines from Domaine Drouhin.
The recently discovered site of a tavern visited by George Washington after the defeat of the British in 1783 has been destroyed.
Napa Valley is not shying away from its reputation for making full-bodied, richly fruited and generously oaked wines.
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