Australian winemakers will receive better protection when dealing with supermarket giant Woolworths, if a new code implemented after 12 months of negotiations is successful.
An new travel project has been launched in Chile, producing a “luxury” book and DVD to promote the country’s wine, food and scenery.
The idea of the internet being solely a medium for selling products is as out-dated as a dial-up connection. Now the potential lies in the web shoring up areas of the industry where efficiency is everything.
Winemakers in the Sierra Nevada foothills of California are assessing levels of smoke taint in their vineyards after a fire swept through the region earlier this month.
The man behind Treasury Wine Estates has called the company’s US venture a “nightmare from day one” urging whoever takes it over to sell it.
US archaeologists have discovered what could be the ancestor of Chianti’s famous wine style in the form of 500 waterlogged grape seeds.
Unique chemical characteristics could be used to identify the region of a wine, assess its quality and even help prevent fraud.
Drinkaware has launched a smartphone app designed to help people monitor their alcohol consumption and set goals to cut back if necessary.
From baby mice rice wine infusions to sparkling birch sap wine, we round up some of the world’s weirdest alcoholic concoctions.
The British Medical Association has dropped an arrangement with a wine club offering doctors cut-price drink, despite it backing minimum pricing on alcohol.
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