The latest week in pictures takes in Fashion Week cocktails, the National Television Awards and an Argentinian wine tasting at the Houses of Parliament.
Burgundy and Champagne have both been dropped from the next group of candidates to be considered for UNESCO World Heritage Site status.
As people around the world celebrate the work of Scottish poet Robert Burns on Burns Night, here’s a look at other famous poets and the drinks they enjoyed.
Our list reaches the final three with Australia, a growing wine import market thriving on the back of a favourable exchange rate and growing industrial clout.
Dom Pérignon launched its 2002 rosé in Istanbul last night – a city selected for its energy as well as combination of eastern and western cultures.
Often overlooked within Europe, combined Scandinavia represents a growing, economically stable and well educated wine market.
As prices stabilise and Robert Parker prepares to re-evaluate 2010, Jon Barr, director of EF Wines, has declared “Bordeaux appears to be back”.
Cattier confirms 2012 will be the inaugural vintage for the first 100% Pinot Meunier prestige cuvée, while 2013 will see the first porcelain Champagne bottle.
At the midway point in our list we consider Singapore’s place in the wider Asian market.
Former Bollinger employees have taken up posts at Charles Heidsieck and Champagne De Castelnau.
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