I love to visit the vineyards at harvest time; it’s the culmination of a whole year’s work.
Many producers in Emilia-Romagna are still waiting to harvest their Sangiovese but are confident of a good crop in both size and quality.
A new wine apartment with a temperature and humidity-controlled basement that can hold 10,000 bottles of wine is now available to rent in Tokyo.
Vineyard specialist Dr Richard Smart is hosting a “Weekend of Viticulture” in Bristol this weekend.
While the UK wine industry is hopeful of a healthy harvest, English Wine Producers has said it will fall short of a record-breaking year because of a “hangover” from the poor conditions of last year.
Bruno Paillard is on a mission to convince his fellow Champagne houses to agree to a minimum 3-month period between disgorgement and release.
The Beautiful South collaborative trade tasting brought together wines from Argentina, Chile and South Africa.
With people across China currently indulging in good food and drink during the seven-day national holiday, here’s a look at which wines work with Chinese food.
Dave McIntyre recommends a “fist-pumping” and “table-thumping good” Spanish red, while Jon Bonné picks out “the perfect fresh red for an age of nuance”.
London Cru, a winery in central London, has had to write off seven tonnes of French grapes it was expecting due to the severity of rot in the crop.
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