A convicted wine fraudster who swindled £1 million out of investors to pay for luxury holidays has been jailed for eight years.
A winery in Stellenbosch is channelling the antioxidant properties of South Africa’s native rooibos plant to avoid adding sulphur to its wines.
If Ivan Menezes wanted a theme song to accompany his presentation of Diageo’s latest annual results, he might have chosen the 1980s hit The Only Way is Up.
A breathable cocktail cloud, summer sipping with Wines of Argentina, a Hollywood hookup and two adorable kittens make this week’s round-up.
Bangalore-based winery Myra has launched a Cabernet blend called Misfit, which it has hailed as India’s first unfiltered wine.
A new 12-day wine festival in Central Otago, dubbed a “celebration” of the region’s wines, will make its debut this October.
Diageo has reported a 5% rise in net sales for 2014/15, signalling a turnaround in the company’s fortunes after a challenging few years.
Over half of the 49 Bordeaux wines given a “perfect” 100-point score by Robert Parker since 2000 are currently trading below £5,000 a case.
A “virtually indestructible” suitcase that helps wine lovers bring their beloved bottles home from their travels is soon to go on sale in the UK.
A clutch of Brunello di Montalcino, an “interesting and unusual” Greek wine made with the native Moschofilero grape and a “tangy” Virginian Viognier make this week’s line-up.
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