A rare collection of fortified wines held “in secret” by several generations of winemakers at Seppeltsfield’s Barossa Valley cellars has been released.
Concha y Toro has embarked on a mission to double its UK business to 10 million cases annually in the next five years.
When the Gordon brothers planted their first vineyards in Columbia Valley in 1980, there were just 19 wineries in the State and 5,000 acres of vines planted.
François Pinault, the owner of first growth property Château Latour, has snapped up several estates in the Right Bank communes of Pomerol and Saint Emilion.
French online sales website Vente Privée has introduced wine to the UK version of its business for the first time.
A plant pigment found in red grapes and wine could reduce the symptoms of a rare childhood muscle disease.
A new book published in France this week has singled out the Saint Emilion classification of 2012 as “illustrative” of many problems with wine in France.
A group of burglars used bolt croppers and a crowbar to force their way into a UK pub stealing £2,000 of wine.
This week sees the birth of another wine trade show: Bordeaux Vinipro
Dave McIntyre recommends an “earthy” Tannat from Uruguay, while Michael Dresser highlights a “luxurious” Port favoured by former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill.
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