During a recent trip to the Italian wine region of Lugana, I was told by a producer that the area has two different faces. I was intrigued.
American consumers have developed a thirst for gran reserva Rioja and are helping to drive sales of the style according to one of the region’s historic estates.
The average value of Australian wine exports has increased, despite volume decreasing by 6% over the past 12 months.
The success of this month’s Tour de France Grand Départ has helped boost UK sales of the event’s official wine sponsor Cono Sur by 73.6%.
The Oxford Wine Festival has announced its exhibitor and tutored tasting line-up after selling out of exhibitor stalls in just 12 weeks.
Port house, Quinta do Noval, has made a late declaration of the 2012 vintage, nearly three months after the traditional date to do so.
The drinks industry has contributed its fair share of imaginative, inspiring and humorous adverts to the small screen over the years – but these are perhaps some of the most memorable.
Peter Csizmadia-Honigh is leaving his role as education manager for the Institute of Masters of Wine with a plan to write the first book on Indian wine.
A government crackdown on gift giving has slowed down sales of top end imported wines in China, but sales at the other end of the market are booming.
db’s man about Hong Kong, Rupert Millar, rounds up some of the best wines tasted while out and about in the city lately.
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