French rosé steals the limelight this week turning our roundup a pretty shade of pink, with a barbecue-ready Shiraz and “epic” Gewürztraminer completing the lineup.
Nicolas Feuillatte increased its shipments by 19% between 2007 to 2014, the biggest growth of any Champagne brand during that period, according to a report by Shanken.
The UK will be guest of honour at an annual food and wine festival due to take place in the Loire next month.
A fourth edition of The Oxford Companion to Wine, by Jancis Robinson MW and Julia Harding MW, is due for release in September featuring significant revisions.
Fish fights, summer cocktails, a New York-style jazz brunch and a distillery visit by Her Royal Highness Princess Anne make for a curious snapshot of the drinks trade.
Charles Heidsieck outlined important finessing of its distribution as the Champagne house unveiled its Rosé Millésime 2006, the first since its 1999 vintage.
While using the internet to seek out information about wine has surged over the last four years, only 11% of American wine drinkers have bought wine online this year.
Fragrant red variety Mencía is “the Pinot Noir of Spain” due to its delicacy and sensitivity to terroir according to one young winemaker championing the grape.
Ravi Rajagopal, Diageo’s global head of business development, is leaving the company at the end of September – the third executive level departure to be announced in the last month.
Jascots Wine Merchants has appointed MW student Adam Porter as its head of wine buying with a mission to raise its wine range to a “new level of excitement and innovation”.
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