The ‘Sideways effect’ is being reversed and consumers are starting to fall back in love with Merlot according to one of California’s top producers.
Merlot will come back into fashion, and Chile could be the New World country to benefit the most, believes CEO of Santa Rita Estates, Andrés Lavados.
Hamish Anderson, wine buyer for the Tate, is to start selling a Bordeaux red blend in a box at the gallery group’s various restaurants.
Proving that good-value Bordeaux has no problem finding a buyer in the UK, a top-end blend from Canon-Fronsac sold out in just over 24 hours this week through one London merchant.
Heathrow is one of the world’s busiest airports and, as a result, sells a serious amount of wine. Here are the top 10 wines sold by value.
Prosecco producer Bisol has launched a red wine made from Merlot and Carmenere grapes grown on a tiny island in the Venetian lagoon.
In October key buying personnel from the travel retail market will descend on Cannes for the sector’s biggest event of the year.
We round up the reds making an impact with the trade following Wine Australia’s “Inspired” annual tasting.
The polar vortex in North America earlier this year has all but wiped out the Merlot crop in Niagara, with Sauvignon Blanc also severely affected.
Stephanie de Boüard, of Château Angélus, believes it is her duty to shake things up a bit and make some changes at the St Emilion estate.
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