A new wine consumption trend is taking place in China with New World countries becoming increasing popular in the country.
This week as Jon Bonné recommends “a superb example of California’s Pinot” and Irene Virbila picks out “a wine that novices and experts will enjoy”.
A Canadian company outbid rivals to buy nearly 700 acres of unplanted vineyard sites in Washington State at an auction earlier this week.
Sotheby’s Wine Retail announced that the Opus One Collection sold for $165,000 (£101,300) to a buyer in Mainland China.
As the nights draw in and the cold weather comes, drinking tastes change for many people, so here’s a look at some winter beers to enjoy.
A slightly scorched bottle of beer salvaged intact from the wreck of the Hindenburg zeppelin is to be auctioned in the UK this week for £6,000.
A US company is offering people the chance to buy winemaking equipment they can install at home and produce their own wine with a computer programme.
There has never been so much great wine being produced.
Wines to enjoy with a Thanksgiving feast are a theme in the US this week and Dave McIntyre recommends a full flight for $40 and Sandra Silfven picks a “wine to impress your guests”.
To some people organic simply means that you pay more for something, but to many others organic is an important choice regarding food and drinks production and packaging.
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