South African wine brand Fish Hoek has unveiled a fresh look for 2014.
Wines of South Africa is to have its biggest ever presence at ProWein this year in what has been dubbed a “landmark” year.
A hangover does not deter people reaching for a drink a new study has found, raising questions about better ways to deter problem drinkers.
Moët Hennessy is targeting the gap between Champagne and the rest of the sparkling category with a major UK launch for its Argentine Chandon brand.
Middle-aged women are less likely to go “past the point of no return” than men when drinking, according to a new study.
A study has raised questions as to whether the use of pesticides in the production of wine could be to blame for a drop in French men’s sperm count.
A street was flooded with up to $500,000 worth of wine after a truck carrying an 11-tonne “wine bladder” collided with a car.
A wine company owned by US billionaire Bill Foley has been fined NZ$30,000 after a worker broke his arm at one of its New Zealand vineyards.
Sotheby’s Hong Kong sales season is to begin this April with two “important” sales, one of Bordeaux and the other from the cellars of a US ambassador.
Jeannie Cho Lee MW picks a “luscious” white Rioja, while the HK Times recommends some “sublime whites” produced by the Dagueneau family in the Loire.
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