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.
A small winery on the Sonoma Coast is suing Californian sparkling wine estate Domaine Carneros for copyright infringement over its La Terre Promise vineyard.
The Stonier International Pinot Noir Tasting is taking place in Hong Kong for the first time this month showcasing Pinot Noirs from around the world.
Van Duzer Vineyards in Oregon has found a novel use for its leftover Pinot Noir grape pomace – feeding it to calves on a neighbouring farm.
Brown Forman’s Woodford Reserve is to release a whiskey finished in a Pinot Noir barrel.
Argentina is ready to direct greater focus towards its sub-regional differences, believes the winemaking director of Luigi Bosca as the producer releases its own terroir-driven range in the UK.
Cloudy Bay senior winemaker Tim Heath has welcomed a “buoyant” phase for the New Zealand wine industry, but acknowledged that the bumper 2014 crop “won’t come without its challenges.”
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