Wine Australia blieves Chinese austerity measures will benefit the wine industry in the long term, despite attributing its slide in this market to the crackdown.
Two rare bottles of “Führerwein”, made on the orders of Adolf Hitler, are set to go under the hammer at an auction in Glasgow.
At 3.30pm on Thursday 10 April, possibly the largest ever social gathering of the UK wine trade took place at Southwark Cathedral for the memorial service of Michael Cox.
Playing on the fact that red wine stains your teeth, a Lithuanian advertising agency has launched a wine housed in a paint can.
Wines from in and around Provence dominated the top spots in a blind tasting in London last week that featured 31 of the world’s most famous rosés.
Former Manchester United manager, Sir Alex Ferguson, is to sell off a substantial chunk of his wine collection via three auctions organised by Christie’s.
Lafite Rothschild has released its 2013 vintage with a 14% cut on its 2012 price to €288 per bottle.
After a busy day yesterday, Margaux third growth Château Kirwan and Sauternes first growth Château Climens were this morning’s key releases.
Two men who stole wines from some of Bordeaux’s most prestigious Chateaux have been jailed.
The premier of New South Wales in Australia has resigned after “forgetting” to declare he had received a bottle of 1959 Penfolds Grange as a gift from a suspect in a corruption case.
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