Leading figures from Australia’s wine industry have been appointed to the board of the new Australian Grape & Wine Authority, which comes into operation today.
Up to 10,000 revellers descended on the Spanish town of Haro this week to soak each other in red wine in a colourful celebration of its heritage.
A former Indian professional tennis player and actor has turned his attention to wine, launching a collaboration with one of the country’s largest premium producers.
A UK doctor is so sure of the health benefits of red wine and its ability to help stave off heart attacks that he has been prescribing it to his patients for the last 10 years.
A group of 80 winemakers, marketeers and media gathered in Napa this month for the second annual “Wine Conversations” forum, with one MW posing the question, is wine still cool?
Consumers of imported wines in China have doubled to 38 million in the last three years marking the emergence of a “new Chinese wine drinker”.
Winemakers must prepare themselves for increased warming and greater extremes, a viticultural research climatologist has warned.
Hundreds of bottles of wine were destroyed after a truck burst into flames on an Australian motorway this morning.
While usually reserved for different times of the day, the world’s first coffee-flavoured wine has gone on sale in the US.
With summer truly upon us Victoria Moore rounds up her top 40 wines for the season, while Fiona Beckett picks the best wines to enjoy with a barbecue.
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