England’s first sorbet made from locally made sparkling wine has been released.
Britons are most likely to open their first bottle of wine of the week at 6.53pm on a Wednesday, research has found.
Vienna is no longer Europe’s only wine region that doubles as a metropolis – London is now home to a number of vineyard start-ups.
UK importer Awin Barratt Siegel is planning to introduce a sparkling and bag-in-box Riesling from two of Germany’s most well known and respected producers.
Contratto, Italy’s oldest sparkling wine, has relaunched under its original name “For England” – a low-dosage cuvée that was all the rage in 1930s London
Beer is often the beverage of choice for 4 July celebrations, but wine is increasingly more popular as a relaxing Independence Day refreshment.
Climate change plays a large part in defining a vintage, and when growing the delicate Pinot Noir in Champagne, quality rather than quantity might be the future.
Nyetimber English sparkling wine has unveiled a new look to give the brand a more upmarket feel.
Vineyard investments can be a safe haven for investors in difficult times, but looking beyond traditional regions can unlock real potential.
A “big opportunity” exists to create a low alcohol but premium sparkling wine category.
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