Wine grape pomace could be used to increase the antioxidant and dietary fiber content in breads, muffins and brownies.
The discovery of the cause behind a common problem with fermentation could help winemakers work out a solution.
Milan-based creative agency Reverse Innovation has come up with a novel take on the wine pouch in a bid to rid bag-in-box wine of its low quality image.
The series examines how those holidaying in the Hamptons this weekend can beat the great rosé drought in style.
A wine truck caught fire in Texas, shutting down part of the interstate.
New Zealand may be ahead of the sustainability game with almost all producers signed up to an accreditation system, but on the ground it is far from a one-size-fits-all model, writes Sally Easton MW.
Stocks of rosé in the Hamptons are apparently “dangerously low” and may not last long enough to cover the coming Labour Day weekend.
Australian Vintage’s general manager, Cameron Ferguson, has said that Australia’s role in the future of wine in China will be “critical”.
Chaos erupted when snakes used to make wine escaped, running loose in a Chinese city.
Plumpton College has announced the appointment of Sarah Midgley as its new winemaker.
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