One of Oregon’s youngest wine estates has partnered with Jackson Family Wines to take its Pinot Noir range into Europe and Asia.
Beaujolais is trying to gain AOC status for its sparkling wines which, with it being mostly rosé, will make it doubly appealing thinks Inter Beaujolais.
A wine importer specialising in Austrian wines has launched in Hong Kong to establish “strong links” between Austria and the Asia region.
Cockburn’s has won the 2015 Barcos Rabelos race, featuring the boats that were traditionally used to carry Port down the Douro to the lodges in Vila Nova de Gaia.
Liberty Wines is inviting final applications for its apprentice programme, which offers the chance to work vintages and gain an understanding of all aspects of the UK wine business.
Select winemakers will have the chance to travel to China to learn from its winemakers and compete for a prize pool, as the second Ningxia Winemakers Challenge is launched.
An impressive Tannat-Merlot-Zinfandel blend from Uruguay and a Vernaccia from Tuscany’s only white wine producing DOCG make this week’s roundup.
One of France’s largest wine producers has launched a high-end Languedoc range to strengthen its branded offering in the wake of a recent change in corporate identity.
A nine-storey deep wine cellar carved into a cliff edge has gone on sale in Tasmania for AUD$3 million (£1.5m).
From an investment point of view it is best to buy the “vintages of the century” en primeur or later?
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