Jacob’s Creek is expanding its range of wines specifically designed to match Japanese cuisine with the launch of WAH Red.
White Burgundy dominated the top lots at Sotheby’s London sale last week, with buyers snapping up Montrachet and Corton Charlemagne.
Students of King’s College Cambridge held a “Wages not Wine” protest yesterday after it emerged that the university spent nearly £3m on wine last year.
Axel Stiegelmar of Weingut Juris highlights Pinot Noir’s deep monastic roots in Austria and tracks his own shift away from the pursuit of concentration.
David Williams picks out three wines from the Cape including an “evocative” Syrah, while Suzy Atkins explores the “versatile” reds of the Côtes du Rhône.
A winemaker was tied up, gagged and threatened by masked men in the Languedoc over an agreement to sell his vineyard to Swiss buyers.
An Italian council official caused €1,000 of damage after popping open a bottle of spumante sending its cork through an Italian 18th-century oil painting.
US House of Representatives speaker, John Boehner, has said he won’t run for President as he doesn’t want to give up wine, cigarettes and mowing the lawn.
The state of California is in the grip of one of its worst droughts in recent history, causing concern to mount among winemakers across the state.
Archaeological evidence has emerged suggesting Bronze Age Scandinavians imported wine to mix with other drinks.
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