You have a bottle of wine, beer or bubbly. You are without anything that one might consider a vaguely useful opening tool. What do you do?
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.
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