Bidders of the auction house’s e-auction “e-xperience” will this year have the chance go bowling with a star vintner and learn to tango with a historic winemaking family.
A slide in supermarket own label sales is holding back Champagne’s UK performance but provides a major driving force for Prosecco, according to Champagne Lanson’s third Annual Category Report.
Matthew Jukes picks a “racy rosé” in honour of English Wine Week, while David Williams recommends a wines which “capture the spirit and flavour of Brazil” ahead of the World Cup.
Christie’s sale of wines from Sir Alex Ferguson’s collection made over £2 million (HK$29.3m) this weekend in Hong Kong.
Enterprising young winemaker Caroline Frey of Château La Lagune and Jaboulet is reviving the tradition of blending Bordeaux with Rhône via a new release.
If Jesus was alive today he would drink fine wine and beer, according to a priest and author of a new book, The Beer Drinker’s Guide to God.
The third generation Clare Valley winemaker on his hero, Ernie Loosen, his beloved bulldog Margaux and drinking Salon with Len Evans.
An intruder who broke into George Clooney’s Italian villa on Lake Como only got as far as stealing one bottle of wine before he was caught.
Ex-Manchester United manager, David Moyes, is being investigated by Lancashire police over allegations he attacked a man outside a wine bar he was drinking in.
Labelling wines by taste can help build a customer’s confidence and potential spending power, say the wine team at UK supermarket Morrisons.
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