As the World Bulk Wine show prepares to take up residence in Amsterdam, Richie Vandenberg, CEO of Australia bulk wine producer LCW, speaks to the drinks business about the current state of the market.
It’s not everyday that Mick Jagger rocks up at your winery for an impromptu tour and ends up jamming on your piano.
A collection of Penfolds Grange spanning every vintage it was made from 1951 to 2010 has gone on sale at fine wine store Le Clos in Dubai for £358,596.
The Stonier International Pinot Noir Tasting is taking place in Hong Kong for the first time this month showcasing Pinot Noirs from around the world.
California’s Harlan and Screaming Eagle wines achieved huge premiums on their estimates, setting new records at Wally’s and Crush auctions in New York last week.
A pilot in Western Australia was being questioned by police today after he steered his propeller-driven plane down the street on his way to the local pub.
Chief executive Michael Clarke has retaliated against criticism from small retailers, saying they are too quick to get upset when big outlets get better deals.
The 2008 vintages of Penfolds Grange and non-first growth crus classés took centre stage in the fine wine world this week.
More tastings, more Burgundy, boutique Australian wine and a quick flashback to db looking more awake.
It remains a challenging task for boutique wineries from Australia to reach out to export markets.
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