The faithful hound of Justerini & Brooks’ chairman Hew Blair lives on in a Kiwi Pinot Noir.
Sotheby’s worldwide head of wine, Serena Sutcliffe, speaks to the drinks business about swimming the Aegean sea and snorkelling for Pétrus.
Sebastian Brack, co-owner of new high-end vermouth brand Belsazar, is keen to raise the image of the fortified wine in his country above that of “a tramp’s drink”.
Chilean sisters Begoña and Ana Maria Aresti have launched a sparkling wine onto the market in a response to the rising global demand for fizz.
Union Wine Company, the Oregon winery that caused controversy in 2013 with its Pinot Noir in a can, has launched a range of boozy lollipops.
A herd of Pinot-chomping sheep, a trip to the decadent Paris Opera and a visit to a positively buzzing Australia Day Tasting make for an entertaining week in the drinks trade.
A New Zealand winery has broken a world record by staging a wine launch at 17,000 feet in the shadow of Mount Everest.
One in four bottles of Californian Pinot Noir and Chardonnay have been through the industrial alcohol removal process supplied by ConeTech.
Beaune is the best value wine appellation in Burgundy but has suffered from a “lack of reputation”, according to the president of Louis Jadot, Pierre-Henry Gagey.
A Pinot Noir being described as Burgundian is always a bit of a double-edged sword, especially when the wine is not in fact from Burgundy.
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