A “lush” Californian red for the “Zin-Phomanics” among you and a cheaper alternative to Champagne make this week’s US wine writers’ top picks.
The tragic deaths of four people swept away by flash floods in northern Italy have been blamed by critics on the region’s burgeoning Prosecco industry.
Wines by African-American winemakers were served at the White House this week at the US-Africa Leaders’ Summit dinner.
California’s famous wine-producing Napa region has been struck by an earthquake, waking residents with loud rumbles near its epicentre.
Tesco has announced plans to host a wine tasting with the aim of creating more customer friendly and cutting edge wine descriptors.
UK sales of Franciacorta wines doubled in the first six months of 2014 with ramped up communications credited for raising greater awareness of its wines.
Wine consultant and Argentine Malbec pioneer Paul Hobbs has launched the result of a new project with this variety in its native Cahors.
Winemakers are a hardy bunch having faced some undoubtedly challenging situations in recent history, as this list shows.
Burgundy négociant Bejot Vins & Terroir has bought its ailing rival Maison Corton Andre for “tens of millions of euros”.
Champagne Charles Heidsieck has announced a plan to release its Brut Millésime 2005 this autumn.
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