With a host of industry events to bear in mind this year, Neal Baker rounds up the various key trade shows that should firmly feature in your diary
Copestick Murray has signed a distribution deal with Hegarty Chamans – the Minervois-based winery co-owned by advertising mogul Sir John Hegarty.
Proving that few grapes can beat the malleability and creative potential of Chardonnay was last month’s Masters tasting, where top-price pours and cheaper oaked styles fared well.
Chablis showed that a single grape variety does not mean a single style at an event to highlight the difference between the region’s right and left banks.
Côtes du Rhône wines has been ordered to amend one of its advertisements after it was deemed to link alcohol with happiness – illegal under French law.
Three of the cartoonists killed in last week’s terrorist attack on French satirical weekly magazine Charlie Hebdo had also put their hands to wine labels.
Chablis producers have contrasted the “round and easy” wines on show at this week’s 2013 primeurs tastings in London with the “great” 2014 vintage ahead.
Luc Belaire has launched a limited edition rosé with a light-up label as part of its signature “black bottle” lineup.
Online wine merchant 1855.com has been placed into liquidation by the Tribunal de Commerce in Paris after a key investor pulled out of supporting its recovery plan.
A new winery, better vineyard management and grape refrigeration device have helped Burgundy’s Domaine Chanson enter a new quality era.
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