Cockburn’s Port is preparing to mark its bicentenary, having first been established by Scotsman Robert Cockburn and his brother John in 1815.
Portuguese wines offer UK consumers the best value for money for their quality according to a recent survey carried out by Wotwine.
Amorim is stepping up the promotional push for its Helix twist-open natural cork after reporting a positive early reaction to this innovation.
Sandeman is celebrating its 225th anniversary next year with the release of its first ever single cask of Very Old Tawny Port.
Quinta do Noval custodian Christian Seely is on a mission to spearhead the Douro Valley’s dry red revolution at his own property, Quinta da Romaneira.
The Symington Family has introduced its new look Graham’s 2009 Late Bottled Vintage, produced in a very hot year which resulted in very low yields.
France, in particular Provence, led the way for rosés over £10 in our 2014 Global Rosé Masters, but there were some worthy mentions from elsewhere in Europe and the US.
Sir Cliff Richard will fly to the UK “within days” to face questioning over allegations of historical sex abuse, leaving his Portuguese vineyard.
The self-taught Portuguese winemaker on feeling dazed and confused, tasting 99 wines in one sitting and why patience is a virtue.
La Martiniquaise, the owner of Porto Cruz, has opened a new state-of-the art new winery and a bulk storage facility close to Portugal’s Douro Valley.
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