British drinkers are to consume more sparkling wine than any other country in the world by 2016, according to the latest data from Vinexpo.
American wine critic Robert Parker will be inducted into the Culinary Institute of America’s Vintners Hall of Fame next month.
Leading Barossa Valley winery Yalumba has pulled its wines from the National Rifle Association Wine Club in response to a story reported by the drinks business yesterday.
The National Rifle Association of America (NRA) is targeting wine drinkers to help support the Second Amendment.
The price of a bottle of “Two-Buck Chuck”, Charles Shaw’s popular California wine brand, has ended its 11-year run at US$1.99.
A mention of Klein Constantia’s Vin de Constance in E L James’ novel 50 Shades Darker has sparked unprecedented interest in the South African sweet wine.
A federal judge has ruled that FBI agents acted within the law when they searched the home of alleged wine counterfeiter Rudy Kurniawan after arresting him last March.
Casella Wines, makers of Yellow Tail – the best selling Australian wine in America – is in crisis talks with its lender after recording its first loss in 20 years.
A Crémant de Bourgogne has been created to be served at gay weddings in America.
The Champagne Bureau in Washington has attacked plans to serve Californian “Champagne” at President Barack Obama’s inauguration lunch.
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