Winemakers have welcomed a new trade agreement that will see restrictions lifted between 12 Pacific rim countries, including the US, Canada, Mexico and Japan.
Looking beyond the leading names in Bordeaux shows strength in the region’s depths, according to Liv-ex.
Sixteen of the 20 wines in the Left Bank 200 have made gains since the market’s low point in July 2014. Is that a good sign for the broader Bordeaux market? asks Liv-ex.
Tesco’s half-year results have shown that profits have been slashed by 55% on last year, as the retailer also revealed “simpler” terms for its alcohol suppliers.
English sparkling wine has a distinct identity and is more “energetic and vivacious” in character than Champagne, according to one producer.
Time is running out for Rioja producers to enter The Rioja Masters 2015, the fourth annual competition that seeks to recognise and reward the finest wines from the region.
Torres has revived two more “ancestral” varieties as part of its long-running project to bring back forgotten grapes.
As the travel retail industry readies itself for a week in the sun at TFWA Cannes, we round up some special drinks products set to debut at the show.
The Fine Wine 1000 index on Liv-ex edged upwards in September thanks to gains from Champagne and Burgundy.
Britain’s ‘premium’ on-trade market is booming with Champagne a notable beneficiary – not Prosecco, as many propose.
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