Virgin Wines has announced plans to help build a children’s “after-care facility” in South Africa.
The Real Wine Fair is aiming to attract a more international crowd and shake up the traditional tasting format.
Vinexpo Asia-Pacific is to host an event in Hong Kong to increase networking opportunities for exhibitors.
The 10th annual celebration of Pinot Noir in Central Otago has seen record ticket sales and a visit from famed Burgundian winemaker Aubert de Villaine.
Wine writer Michael Edwards has been inducted as a confrère of Saint Vincent de Vertus – the first non-Champenois to be so honoured.
An Italian vineyard and 300-year old building have been left in tatters after a giant boulder crashed down a mountainside and smashed right through them.
Is there a correlation between great Super Bowls and great fine wine vintages? There is…sort of…if you squint very hard.
Jacob’s Creek has unveiled the first major update to its logo since it was launched in 1976, alongside the launch of two varietal wines for its UK portfolio.
Despite celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, ProWein is holding back further expansion until next year when there will be major changes to the show.
China has become the largest red wine market in the world after consuming 155 million nine-litre cases in 2013.
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