UK agent Mentzendorff has hailed the “thrilling energy” surrounding South African wine at the moment as it announced the addition of Hamilton Russell Vineyards to its portfolio.
The Bureau Interprofessionnel des Vins de Bourgogne offered the trade a chance to see Chablis from a slightly different angle at a recent tasting.
The International Wine & Spirit Competition will host a live judging session at London Wine Fair to find “Best In Show” examples of the event’s two focus grape varieties for 2015.
Figures for the 2014 harvest released today have revealed a record-breaking 47,433 hectolitres, or 6.3 million bottles, of English wine have been produced – up 42% on 2013.
Manchester United’s manager, Louis van Gaal, may be a wine aficionado after all when he was spotted with what looked like a wine list under his arm at the weekend.
Cava producers need to take a leaf out of Champagne’s book and promote their wines collectively in order to effectively compete with Prosecco, according to one top estate.
Sandeman has declared around 1,000 cases of vintage Port from its Quinta do Seixo property, the latest step in what the house has promised will be “a very long period of innovation”.
“Ford Escort with lamp post through bonnet”, a surreal artwork in the car park of the Glenfiddich distillery is destined for the scrap heap after eight years.
db catches up with Kevin Latouf, co-founder of new wine retailer The Wine Butler, to find out why he’s putting natural wines in the spotlight.
With the London Wine Fair set to return to London Olympia, db has rounded up some of this year’s highlights, from beer to fine wine and flamingos.
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