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.
Chilean wine producer Errázuriz is to add a “grand cru quality” Chardonnay and Pinot Noir to its range of “icon” wines late next year.
A “lush” Californian red for the “Zin-Phomanics” among you and a cheaper alternative to Champagne make this week’s US wine writers’ top picks.
A quartet of wines from the debut vintage made at London’s first urban winery, London Cru, have gone on sale this week.
Helena Nicklin, aka Winebird, rounds up her top 10 wine-based analogies, from the polo playing Malbec to the sun goddess Viognier.
Chenin Blanc is as complicated to grow but as rewarding as Pinot Noir in the right hands, according to one Loire Valley producer.
Next week’s London Wine Fair will feature a dedicated stand showcasing medal winners from the drinks business Global Masters series.
Rathfinny Estate has opened the largest purpose built winery in the UK, which aims to produce one million bottles of sparkling wine a year by 2020.
Margaret River producer Vasse Felix is preparing to launch a new Chardonnay, positioned just below its top end Heytesbury label, as the main reference point for its brand.
Francis Ford Coppola has launched a lower alcohol wine range called Gia after his granddaughter, Gia Coppola, who was instrumental in crafting the look and taste of the new wines.
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