Global wine production is showing signs of increasing homogeneity as international varieties expand their share of the world’s vineyards.
Proving that good-value Bordeaux has no problem finding a buyer in the UK, a top-end blend from Canon-Fronsac sold out in just over 24 hours this week through one London merchant.
To understand how to crack the +£10 wine barrier, Chilean producer Concha y Toro hosted a blind tasting and discussion with key members from across the UK trade
We round up the reds making an impact with the trade following Wine Australia’s “Inspired” annual tasting.
It might not be as sensationalist as the launch of a new product, but there’s an important stylistic shift occurring among an increasing number of Chile’s reds.
Chilean producers’ historic emphasis on trying to emulate Bordeaux and too much interference from the country’s winemakers is “erasing terroir”.
The impact of China’s austerity measures continue to hurt the Australian wine industry, but China’s middle classes are emerging as its potential saviour.
Concha y Toro is bringing down the alcohol level of its Casillero del Diablo Cabernet in a bid to make it more “drinkable”.
Chilean winery Aresti is to launch a Cabernet Sauvignon from the 2001 vintage to highlight the age-worthy nature of Cabernet from the Curicó Valley.
An impressive lineup of judges convened for the Global Cabernet Sauvignon Masters to put 200 wines through their paces in June. Here we list the medalists.
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