A Canadian winemaker has won a landmark case against a regulatory body which attempted to revoke its approval of some 6,000 bottles of icewine.
In a list dominated by Australian and Californian wineries, one South American brand stood out as the world’s most powerful of 2014.
The former president of a French wine co-operative has resigned following allegations of rape and sexual harassment by a number of employees.
While Prosecco sales in the UK continue to grow, the demand for Italian Pinot Grigio is starting to slide.
This week saw team db attend a vertical tasting of Napa’s Domaine Carneros sparkling wines and indulge in a sneaky trip to Wimbledon under the care of Champagne Lanson.
Egypt; a beautiful stranger and a country of a thousand secrets – land of sphinxes, pyramids, pharaohs and hieroglyphs.
A bill that would allow underage Californian winemakers and brewers to taste the product is one step closer to being passed.
The science behind Champagne ageing might be lost on the consumer but producers are striving to strike the right balance.
Andrew Carter, chief commercial officer for APAC & EMEA at Treasury Wine Estates has decided to leave after the wine group announced “substantial changes to its business model”.
Regulars at a London pub were left starstruck this week when in strolled David Beckham and Tom Cruise, who joined their ranks for a quiet drink.
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