The entire state of California is suffering from “severe drought” conditions, or worse, for the first time this century, according to the US Drought Monitor.
Minors studying wine and beer production in California may finally be able to taste what they produce if a new bill is passed by the state senate.
Hop growers are struggling to keep up with demand as the thirst for craft beer continues, prompting fears that supplies of the crucial ingredient could run dry.
Dave McIntyre picks out five wines for “warm-weather sipping”, while Michael Dresser recommends a “crisp but remarkably full-bodied” Chenin Blanc from South Africa.
Latin America’s $2.4 billion illegal alcohol market accounted for more than a quarter of the region’s total alcohol sales in 2012, costing the legal trade $736 million.
It’s been three months since the SuperBowl, so how’s Bud Light’s much-hyped #UpForWhatever ad campaign doing?
One of Oregon’s oldest wine producers, Adelsheim Vineyard, has expanded its holdings with the purchase of a 59-acre site in the Chehalem Mountains AVA.
A winery which has been ageing its wines 60 feet underwater has said doing so causes wines to take a “divergent ageing path” and taste different.
Lawyers prosecuting convicted wine fraudster Rudy Kurniawan have panned his defence’s calls for leniency and called for a jail term of up to 14 years.
An original wood case of Chateau Lafite Rothschild 1982 was the top selling item at Zachys’ New York Spring auction this week selling for $41,650.
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