A new Russian-backed venture is promising to “take wine retailing to the next level” when it opens this Friday in London’s Mayfair.
Napa Valley’s top wines include a long list of Cabernet Sauvignons, but is Cabernet the king of Napa rosé too?
The proposed .wine internet domain has sparked objections from Saudi Arabia, but also from within the wine industry.
The UK’s competition watchdog, the Office of Fair Trading, has warned the government that plans for a minimum price for alcohol could backfire badly.
Red trousers and the wine trade go together like Bill Koch and court cases. Enjoying a renaissance in 2012, we bring you our top 10 red trouser wearers in the wine world.
As the 2012 grape harvest begins across the US, Californian growers are reporting a perfect growing season, but other states are counting the cost of a drought-ridden summer.
New Zealand Wine Company shareholders approve US billionaire Bill Foley’s move to take over brands and winery.
The new owners of Sonoma-based custom winery Crushpad are to ask customers to pay more to rescue their barrelled and bottled wines.
Charles Heidsieck is relaunching and repositioning its brut réserve and brut rosé styles of non-vintage Champagne.
E&J Gallo has announced its intention to purchase Courtside Cellars in San Miguel, California.
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