Suzy Atkins recommends a number of “lively and refreshing” Brazilian sparklers to celebrate the World Cup, while David Williams picks out an “irresistible” own-label Champagne.
Italy has topped the medal table in this year’s International Wine & Spirits Competition, which released its Northern Hemisphere wine results today.
Wine trade professionals will have the chance to gain an insight into the industry’s most respected qualification at an MW masterclass next week.
South Africa’s 2014 wines are “really going to sort the sheep from the goats”, according to producers who acknowledged one of the most difficult growing seasons in their careers.
Having built a track record for quality at everyday prices, Australian Vintage CEO Neil McGuigan is showing what his team can do at the highest level.
Italian opera supremo Andrea Bocelli has been scammed by fraudsters who produced thousands of fake bottles of his branded wine, selling them for up to 10 times the cost.
US west coast wineries are changing hands at a record pace with 10% of owners said to be “strongly considering” selling up in the next five years.
2014’s Vinexpo Asia-Pacific has benefitted from a 6.4% increase in visitors with a boost in numbers coming from southeast Asia, according to the fair organiser.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited Scotland’s “oldest distillery” this week, while team db enjoyed a smoked plum Negroni high above the London skyline.
A visit to Western Australia saw the drinks business get stuck into a spot of cow horn preparation, some fabulous foraged food and gatecrash a wedding.
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