Skinny Champagne founder Amanda Thomson is to launch a wine from film director Ridley Scott in the UK through Gerard Basset’s Hotel TerraVina.
A winery has been found guilty of “gross negligence” for failing to protect one of its employees from pesticide exposure.
Haut-Brion and its confederates dominate this morning’s releases but while there are cuts for the reds, the whites haven’t budged from last year.
Sales of rosé have tripled in France over the last 10 years with the style rapidly gaining in popularity as snobbish attitudes towards pink wine soften.
db’s Lucy Shaw heads to French bistro Blanchette in Soho for foie gras, baked scallops and an encounter with Gérard Depardieu.
Two men who stole wines from some of Bordeaux’s most prestigious Chateaux have been jailed.
We round up a dozen chef de caves in the making who are helping to make their houses sparkle with their passion, energy and technical nous.
Luxury goods giant, LVMH, has acquired its first Burgundy vineyard having bought the 14th century Clos des Lambrays.
The top wines of the Bordeaux 2013 vintage expected to be the best value, as chosen by the trade for Liv-ex’s survey.
A bill put forward to the French senate to give the country’s wines and vineyards national heritage status has been accepted.
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