The environment in which you experience a wine has a “profound” effect on how you will perceive it to taste, according to an Oxford University professor.
Consumers looking for the best expression of Champagne should buy the fizz in large formats, especially magnums, according to Veuve Clicquot senior winemaker Cyril Brun.
A senior Chinese Government official has claimed at least half of Château Lafite sold in China is fake and is probably made on boats moored in international waters.
With the Chelsea Flower Show set to kick off later this month, we round up some London restaurants embracing the show with their own Chelsea-themed selection of food and drink.
Barossa Valley winemakers need to break free from the region’s “default setting” and revisit the lighter expressions of its past, believes one winemaker.
Two men have been jailed for evading nearly £2 million in alcohol duty by “hijacking” the details of legitimate companies and faking paperwork.
The industry gathered to see Anne-Claude Leflaive become the new recipient of the Winemakers’ Winemaker award recently – a winemaker said to embody a combination of tradition and innovation.
Wine fraudster Rudy Kurniawan embarked on a multi-million dollar fake wine scheme to keep up with “elite collectors” and wanted to impress famous friends like Jackie Chan, it has been claimed.
An increasing number of skincare brands are latching onto the antioxidant properties found in grapes and using them in their beauty products.
Penfolds has released a limited edition run of its 2010 Bin 170 Kalimna Shiraz, housed in a bespoke case, to mark its 170th year.
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