Wine from Jacques Thienpont’s new St Emilion profect will be on pour at this May’s MW Symposium alongside an impressive selection of labels from MW winemakers.
Underage winemaking students in Napa may finally be able to taste their work, if a new bill is passed.
A recent surge in investment has offered an important boost to Oregon’s international profile, according to one producer who recently returned to the UK market.
More themes of love and betrayal from Verdi as Iago spins a web around Otello with a drinking scene being essential to the plot.
Düsseldorf may not be particularly pretty but there’s still much to do if you need a break from all the tasting
The names of customers who invested in a sham fine wine company are likely to be included on a “mugs list”, liquidators of the company have warned.
As New Zealand harvests its second bumper vintage in a row, one winery owner has expressed concern that the country will repeat the oversupply pricing problems of 2008.
The Wine Explorers explore the traditions of a South African Braai while sampling a glass or two of the country’s native Pinotage.
UK pubs are becoming increasingly reliant on revenue from wine and spirits, new research has shown.
A chemical found in red wine could slow cancer growth without the “toxicity and irritation” of chemotherapy and improve surgical outcomes for bladder cancer.
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