China and the EU have signed a deal which will see Beijing end its anti-dumping inquiry into European wine imports.
As ProWein turns 20 this year, it commissioned Wine Intelligence to examine what the driving forces in the wine world will be in the next 20 years.
A chemical found in red wine could slow cancer growth without the “toxicity and irritation” of chemotherapy and improve surgical outcomes for bladder cancer.
The CEO of Grace Vineyard in China on acceptance, drinking Pol Roger with emperors and poets, and why wine is the greatest love of her life.
A stand off over the alleged dumping of European wine in China at unfairly low prices appears to be moving towards a resolution.
Global Cognac sales in 2013 have been described as “reassuringly high”, despite problems caused by a severe slowdown in China.
UK specialist spirits agency Mangrove has split from parent company the Coe Group and added a number of high profile new products to its portfolio.
Pernod Ricard has earmarked key areas for cost savings and future growth after the drinks group was forced to reduce its earnings forecast for 2013/14.
While French wine exports decreased both in volume and value last year, Champagne value sales were up by 1.3%.
A long-running battle between renowned producer Château Lafite Rothschild and Côtes de Bordeaux producer Chateau Lafitte over the trademarking of the Lafitte name has spread to China.
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