The House of Lords has launched an inquiry into the next EU alcohol strategy, potentially informing policy on issues such as minimum unit pricing.
The cork sector has hailed two new surveys it claims signal a strong preference for natural cork closures in the US and China.
A student who was jailed after alcohol control officers mistook a case of water for beer has been paid $212,500 in compensation.
An Australian vineyard is being pursued by the National Association for Sustainable Agriculture after it falsely claimed to be an organic producer.
Burgundian producer Domaine Faiveley has made a significant first step into Chablis with the acquisition of Domaine Billaud-Simon.
The Wine Explorers sit down with Ikegami Chieko and Machiko Ochi – two women at the helm of a “beautiful project” introducing disabled students to winemaking.
“Game changing” wine access system Coravin, which allows users to pour wine without popping the cork, has gone on sale in the UK at luxury department store Harrods.
A “lush” Chardonnay made by “one of the most honoured winemakers in the world” and a crisp Riesling from New York’s Finger Lakes are among this week’s recommendations.
A Canberra Shiraz/Viognier has scored 98 points in the latest Australian Wine Companion, the highest score ever awarded to a current release wine.
Australian wine brand Penfolds has teamed up with the Nicolas wine group in an effort to improve its distribution in France.
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