From the sporting field to garden parties and alpine antics, we’ve scoured the social season to count down the top 10 “toff” drinks.
Sarah Wong recommends an “approachable and easy to drink” wine, while Pamela Tan picks out a red with “lovely fine grained tannins and a succulent finish”.
North America will become New Zealand’s largest market for wine within two years according to Philip Gregan, CEO of New Zealand Winegrowers.
The International Wine & Spirits Competition released its 2013 results for South Africa, Argentina and Chile in time for The Beautiful South tasting in London last week.
Olly Smith picks out “a no-brainer for your weeknight go-to bottle”, while Victoria Moore recommends an “all-rounder to take you into autumn.”
The Institute of Masters of Wine is celebrating its sixtieth anniversary this week in London with a five-day programme of tastings, seminars and events.
American chipmaker Intel unveiled a processor powered by wine at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco this week.
Marchesi de’ Frescobaldi has announced that Lamberto Frescobaldi is to be its new president – the 30th generation of the family to hold the position.
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.
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