A less Bordeaux-centric market has driven recent Port vintages upwards at surprising rates and the potential for bigger returns on older vintages is also growing.
French fizz, fortified wines, Cava and crémant make this week’s round up, as UK wine writers gear up for a very merry Christmas.
Gulf airline Emirates has announced it has spent US$500 million in “long-term investment” in its fine wine programme over the last decade.
David Baverstock, head winemaker at Herdade do Esporão in the Alentejo, speaks to the drinks business about his illustrious career in Portugal.
Symington has released a special edition of its Graham’s Six Grapes Port – Winston Churchill’s favoured Port.
Portuguese wines offer UK consumers the best value for money for their quality according to a recent survey carried out by Wotwine.
Christian Seely, the port-loving MD of AXA Millésimes, speaks to the drinks business about his biggest vice and why ambition is more important than talent.
Cockburn’s Port has unveiled its 2014 Christmas campaign taking cues from a cocktail recipe to encapsulate the importance of family at Christmas.
The Glen Moray Distillery has released the latest expression of its Speyside Single Malt range – the Glen Moray Classic Port Cask Finish.
The head winemaker of Taylor’s, Fonseca and Croft has hailed the “tremendous revival” of the fortified category and defended a decision not to move into table wine.
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