With Christmas fast approaching this week’s round up features some top festive sparklers, fruity Ports and a handful of juicy Carmenères.
The small Burgundy harvests in 2012 and 2013 have contributed to a slump in the region’s Asian markets, but the appetite remains undimmed.
The coaching staff of Manchester United were given an unwelcome shower at Arsenal at the weekend – wine thrown by an angry fan.
The world’s ultra-rich spent US$8 billion on wine and spirits this year, according to a report which has revealed an insight into their spending habits.
Wine lovers in Japan celebrated the release of 2014’s Beaujolais Nouveau by bathing in the wine at a hot spring resort west of Tokyo.
A conman pretending to work for Chelsea football star Didier Drogba has stolen £28,000 worth of wine from a two Michelin-starred restaurant in Cambridge.
The US lawyer battling to save his seized cache of wine has said that they were for personal use, as prosecutors seek to have them destroyed.
A pop-up Patagonian-inspired rum chalet, plentiful Provence rosé, a diamond encrusted car and a jaunt to Cointreau’s heartland have made for an eclectic week in the drinks trade.
The organisers of the International Cool Climate Wine Symposium 2016 have promised to deliver an event “worthy of our industry and ambitions”.
The CEO of Château Palmer and sales director of Pichon-Baron have tentatively hailed the 2014 vintage in Bordeaux as the best since 2010.
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