A South African producer has revealed its Pinot Noir was among the wines selected by the King of Sweden to be served at his son’s wedding to Princess Sofia.
Sotheby’s London fine wine sale saw strong bidding for Champagne and a case of Armand Rousseau beating Domaine de la Romanée-Conti into second place.
Château Margaux recently unveiled its new winery and vinothèque designed by Sir Norman Foster and his team.
High street wine merchant Oddbins is on the hunt for the UK’s “ultimate amateur palate”, as it launches its The Palate 2015 contest.
With fears of a Prosecco shortage and bottles of Italian fizz flying off the shelves, we round up our best value bottles priced £10 and under.
From magnificent marquees and fountains of wine to jazz bands, orange trousers and a hot pink cow, Vinexpo 2015 has been a colourful one.
How broad is the price variation between the cheapest and most expensive vintages in Bordeaux?
We continue our countdown of the world’s 100 most powerful wines and spirits by looking at those brands ranked 94-90.
Gin rations and recreating the Battle of Waterloo at the dinner table, even 200 years after the event this pivotal moment in history never fails to fascinate.
Discover the ancient Italian grape Falanghina, a crisp Greek white and a “sassy” Pinot Noir from Sonoma with notes of “strawberry, mushroom and white pepper”.
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