One of Oregon’s youngest wine estates has partnered with Jackson Family Wines to take its Pinot Noir range into Europe and Asia.
Jackson Family Wines has officially launched its debut South African wine, Capensis, a Chardonnay made using grapes from “extreme” and “exceptional” sites across the Western Cape.
Jackson Family Wines has expressed confidence that South Africa can crack the US market as the producer prepares to release its first wine from the Cape later this year.
California-based Jackson Family Wines is expanding into South Africa with the purchase of a 20-acre vineyard in Stellenbosch.
While many changes are taking place within Chile to improve grape quality, it is the increasingly extreme plantings that is the most remarkable development.
Jackson Family Wines has set up the West Burgundy Wine Group, a new division for its top end Pinot Noir and Chardonnay-focused estates.
Jackson Family Wines has announced Master Sommelier Jennifer Huether will join the international team of the wine company this summer.
From Coonawarra to Chile, we pick out the highest performing medallists in the inaugural drinks business Global Cabernet Sauvignon Masters 2014.
Having gained one of 11 gold medals in db’s Pinot Noir Masters competition, Wild Ridge winemaker Craig McAllister reveals his ideal places for the grape, and his favourite producer.
From Spain to New Zealand, we pick out the highest performing medallists priced above £20 in the drinks business Global Chardonnay Masters 2013.
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