Europe

Strange tales: the emperor who loved vineyards and drove his troops to fury

The Roman emperor Probus does not receive much attention in the annals of the Roman Empire but he should be a more recognised figure for those interested in wine because of his dedication to the spread of viticulture.

Slovenia: The ‘New Old World’ Winemaking Country

It's not just Melania Trump, wife of the U.S. president-elect Donald Trump, that's putting Slovenia on everyone’s lips – its wines are also generating buzz in the Hong Kong wine community.

Coravin: A wine bar in your house

Greg Lambrecht, the founder of Coravin, speaks to dbHK about his inspiration for inventing Coravin and his vision for it to be on everyone’s kitchen top.

Champagne growth ‘slowing significantly’ across Europe

Sales of Prosecco in Europe are continuing to grow faster than Champagne in both volume and value, with market analysts reporting slowing growth of Champagne across much of Europe.

F&N interested in Peroni

January 26th, 2016

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