Prosecco’s governing body has moved to calm fears of a looming shortage, insisting that although smaller than expected, yields from the 2014 harvest went ”far beyond the target”.
The Syro-Malabar Catholic Church in Kerala has approached the state Excise Department asking to increase the capacity of the Church-owned mass wine production facility.
We reveal the medalists in our second annual Prosecco Masters, which rewarded styles that stayed true to this category’s roots, providing freshness and charm with value for money.
Master sommelier Xavier Rousset is to leave the two restaurants he founded with chef Agnar Sverrisson: the Michelin-starred Texture and wine-focused 28°-50°.
A new generation of female sommeliers is rising up through the ranks in London, highlighting that the industry is becoming less male dominated in the UK by the year.
Auction house Christie’s is to offer an ex-cellar consignment of Guigal, another from Laroche and the cellar of a private collector in Hong Kong this month.
Top English sparklers, raspberry-tinged rosés and a “baby Barolo” makes for an enticing lineup this week.
A UK wine producer and importer believes it can “comfortably” grow fivefold in the next decade thanks to an efficient business model and new products that meet demand for private label offerings.
Sales of Prosecco continued to grow in the UK on- and off-trade in 2014, but not at the expense of Champagne, according to the fourth annual Lanson category report.
The overall value of Uruguayan exports to the UK has grown by almost 300% in the last three years to 2014, proving the country’s growing taste for its wines.
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