A New Zealand online wine specialist hoping to open its own retail space has become the drinks industry’s latest crowdfunding success story, breaking through its £35,000 target within five days.
A “rich, concentrated and full-bodied” cru Beaujolais, an “almond-nutty” Sherry fit for a Spanish springtime feast and a smattering of sake make this week’s round-up.
The abbey of Hautvillers, once home to the fabled Dom Pérignon, is to open to the public later this year for a series of guided tours and tastings.
Hollywood power couple Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have released the 2014 vintage of their Provençal rosé in UK supermarkets through Marks and Spencer.
Côtes du Rhône held its UK position through a “challenging” 2014 as France’s second largest AOC wine region highlighted the 27% value growth it has enjoyed in this market over the last decade.
Over 500 wine enthusiasts surged into the Park Lane Hotel for Wines of South Africa’s “Discover South African Wine” Festival.
Pierre Casenave has been appointed Veuve Clicquot’s new development, innovation and communication manager following the departure of Cyril Brun in February.
Just hours after the announcement that Majestic Wines has bought loss-making Naked Wines, an event in London has highlighted the challenges of turning a profit in the UK’s £720m online wine market.
In 2010 the second wines of the Bordeaux First Growths surged into the headlines seemingly only to fade away just as quickly, how have they been faring since?
The organisers of the 9th International Cool Climate Wine Symposium have announced they will hold an “in-depth” one hour briefing session at this year’s London Wine Fair.
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