Concerns over the size and quality of Bordeaux’s 2013 vintage may force customers to review their lack of enthusiasm for the region’s 2012 wines.
With the Chileans, South Africans and Argentinians in town for The Beautiful South tasting, its been a hectic, fun-filled week in the drinks industry.
The team behind a study into the “Beer Goggles” effect has been award an Ig Nobel prize.
UK multiple retailer Waitrose has confirmed a new addition to its wine buying team.
London’s Bleeding Heart restaurant is celebrating its 30th birthday by re-instating wine and food prices from 1983.
Neil McGuigan, Australian Vintage CEO, tells db why he’s impressed by the Chardonnays of the Okanagan Valley and inspired by Philip Shaw.
Sebastian Zuccardi was named “Winemaker’s Winemaker” at the Gaucho Argentine Winemaker Awards last night.
Rebecca Murphy picks out a “scrumptious wine that’s redolent of tropical fruit and peaches”, while Eric Asimov recommends a “structured, complex and energetic” red.
Petty officialdom won on the night at the Beautiful South Tasting yesterday when a traffic warden gave a rhino statue a parking ticket.
The Oxford English Dictionary records the first use of “chav” with its current meaning as arriving in 1998. So what drinking habits have chavs developed in 15 years?
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