A new class of Super Bordeaux is threatening to shake the region’s 1855 classification system to its core, say wine critics Bettane and Desseauve.
The International Wine & Spirit Competition is offering the chance to win a trip to Australia and a paid six month contract as host of its new digital platform.
Ahead of the opening of Jason Atherton’s new wine mecca Social Wine and Tapas in Marylebone next week, we get the lowdown on the bar from Laure Patry, who will be running the show.
The Rhône 100, a sub-index of Liv-ex’s Fine Wine 1000, rose a little over 2% in May the best result out of all the sub-indices.
UK agency business Fields Morris & Verdin has announced the arrival of former Berry Bros. & Rudd buyer David Berry Green to head a new Italian wine venture.
Loire grape growers are being urged to take advantage of a free, in-depth vineyard mapping resource, designed to help producers maximise the quality potential of their sites.
The 24th Concours National des Crémants saw 200 medals awarded to sparkling wines from the seven French appellations and Luxembourg.
A punishing trek across the French Pyrenees, a trip to the Loire, hop sniffing and smoked salmon – check out what’s been happening in the world of drinks this week.
A collection of Champagne and Cognac plundered from occupied France by the Nazis and which survived looting by the Soviets has been unearthed in Saxony.
Consumer trends, especially in the US and UK, are changing at breakneck speed. Here, Lauren Eads discovers the cutting-edge design trends from producers hoping to keep pace.
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