“Rhone Ranger” Randall Grahm has launched a crowd funding campaign to create “the first New World grand cru” and breed 10,000 entirely new grape varieties.
Some of Wellington’s leading craft brewers are presenting their beers at a festival in Portland, Oregon, this week in a bid to build their US fan base.
A century-old ban on sending alcohol through the US Postal Service could be lifted if a new bill makes its way through Congress.
Brown-Forman, the world’s biggest American whiskey producer, has revealed its new “vision” for the category in the UK.
Treasury Wine Estates has sold its Asti Winery, Souverain brand and vineyard assets in California to E&J Gallo Winery at a loss, as it continues to restructure its business.
Miami Heat basketball player Dwyane Wade has stepped into the wine industry with the launch of his own wine label – Wade.
A drought in the US and a heatwave in Central Europe are threatening this year’s hop harvests, putting craft beer production in jeopardy.
Bourbon distiller Buffalo Trace will not be releasing a 27-year aged whiskey for sale to the public after the cask was declared a “failed experiment”.
People whose self-esteem is tied to the success of their romantic relations and who regularly experience feelings of jealousy are more susceptible to alcoholism, a study has claimed.
Pabst Brewing is to return to its roots next year with the opening of a new brewery near the site of its original home in Milwaukee – but not to brew its signature beer.
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