Muscadet’s producers are hoping to raise the region’s profile with a new classed growth system, which includes a newly sophisticated layer.
the drinks business casts its eye back over the last decade in Champagne with this review of the “noughties”.
The results of db’s inaugural Fortified Masters have been released, highlighting the quality of aged tawny Port, very old Sherries as well as Australia’s best barrel aged fortifieds.
India is understood to have offered a dramatic cut to its current 150% import duty rate for wines and spirits as part of ongoing negotiations for a free trade agreement with Europe.
At number 4 in our top 10 Champagne trends of 2013 is the increasing emphasis on developing distant markets to compensate for falling Champagne sales in Europe.
While there is no consensus on the use of oak in Champagne production, there are occassions when it can have a beneficial effect
Strong sales in Latin America and Caribbean and in North America have seen Diageo deliver an overall 5% organic net sales growth in the nine months ending 31 March 2013.
Calabria’s biggest producer warns region is in danger of being left behind by the rest of Italy if it does not market itself seriously.
A report has warned that climate change is likely to push viticulture into new areas with potentially “disastrous” consequences for several endangered animal species.
As thousands of football fans travel across Europe for Champions League and Europa League matches this week, db looks at Europe’s best stadium bars.
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