Canada’s wine industry could face new restrictions within its own borders, if a leaked EU trade deal turns out to be accurate.
A woman stole a bottle of cheap wine and drank it on the street until the police arrived so she could join her boyfriend in jail.
Chilean producers’ historic emphasis on trying to emulate Bordeaux and too much interference from the country’s winemakers is “erasing terroir”.
An “arms race” between authorities and wine counterfeiters is underway, according to an expert witness from the trial of conman Rudy Kurniawan.
This week’s top picks include a selection of orange wines set to “rival rosé” and a smattering of “enticing” Hungarian wines.
The Chilean wine industry should convert all its vineyards to organic practices according to one respected winemaker in the country.
Those who hold strong religious beliefs are more likely to be aggressive when drunk, according to a recent study.
The Wine Explorers get to the heart of Hong Kong’s fine wine scene interviewing top wine professionals Debra Meiburg MW and Eddison Leung, buying manager for Watson’s Wine.
The impact of China’s austerity measures continue to hurt the Australian wine industry, but China’s middle classes are emerging as its potential saviour.
The cheeky cork behinds of two women make a pert appearance in this week’s round up, while the Great British Beer Festival kicks off in Kensington.
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