A wine from Hundred Acre owner Jayson Woodbridge is causing problems in the US state of New Hampshire due to its controversial name.
The Sideways author vents his spleen about religious cults, reactionaries, bad restaurant food, pushy publishing agents and Sideways the sequel.
In stark contrast to dire conditions in Europe, California is gearing up for a “Goldilocks” vintage.
Last week’s announcement by the ratings agency, Fitch, that it was putting the UK’s credit rating on a “negative outlook”, should be taken with a large dose of salt.
Charles Krug Winery in St. Helena, California, will attempt to break the world record for the longest relay wine toast this Sunday.
As Napa Valley Sauvignon Blanc evolves towards a more balanced and less overtly oaky style, a tasting panel picks out the best examples from 2011.
Château Montelena’s chief winemaker on learning to walk again after a skiing accident, helicopter rides with Jules Verne, and suffering from Popeye Syndrome.
Wines wrapped in paper have proved an overnight success in the US off-trade, following a launch earlier this month.
Playboy has launched the Playboy Wine Club in the US through a licensing agreement with internet wine merchant Barclay’s Wine.
For the first time in its 41-year history, Disney’s Magic Kingdom theme park is to offer wine and beer for sale – but only with a meal.
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