The cricket-themed ‘MCC Sparkling Wine Challenge’ will pit English and Welsh fizz against Methode Cap Classique wines in a blind tasting in Cape Town on Sunday.
Final entries for db‘s Pinot Noir Masters are now being received ahead of the deadline on Friday 18 December.
the drinks business Hong Kong is inviting wine enthusiasts to take part in its first blind tasting competition, which will take place in Hong Kong later this year.
France has beaten reigning champions Belgium in the second annual world blind tasting championship.
The funeral takes place today, Friday, of former UK wine merchant and restaurateur Tony Verdin, who died aged 81 last week.
The authors of a book designed to help wine lovers refine their blind tasting skills are giving db readers the chance to win a copy by taking part in a quiz.
An Oxford biophysicist and a psychiatrist have teamed up to publish a book designed to help wine lovers refine their blind tasting skills.
Champagne Pol Roger hosted a launch party in London last night to mark the publication of Reds, Whites & Varsity Blues: 60 years of the Oxford & Cambridge Blind Wine-Tasting Competition.
The majority of British consumers favour cheap wine over an expensive equivalent, according to a study carried out by the London Wine Academy.
The 60th anniversary of perhaps the oldest blind tasting in the world saw the Oxford and Cambridge university rivalry matched by a competition pitching the UK wine trade against the wine press.
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