Still wines, Tawny and Ruby Ports, Single Quintas and field blends all came under the spotlight with dbHK’s latest wine masterclass – A Day in the Douro.
Scotland’s largest independent wine and spirits merchant has blamed changes to drink driving laws in Scotland for the closure of its Kinross-shire depot.
A search for the birthplace of wine occupies one British writer this week, while New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc and value Pinot Noir make up the other top picks.
The Prosecco DOC Consortium has launched two new domain names, Prosecco.wine and Prosecco.vin, joining a growing list of companies to launch “not.com” sites.
The ‘father of Italian wine’, Giacomo Tachis – the oenologist who introduced the Super Tuscan to the world – has died in Italy at the age of 82.
Brancott Estate has teamed up with a tech start-up in Sydney to launch the ‘Winexplorer Innovation Challenge’, a Dragon’s Den-style competition which it hopes will help it discover the next big thing in wine.
From the 2015 vintage, Bordeaux first growth Château Mouton Rothschild will be offering fewer wines en primeur due to a rising demand for wines in bottle.
New Zealand’s Ara Wines is rumoured to be selling its entire 1,600 hectares of land in Marlborough to Indevin in a deal potentially worth £130 million.
One of Chile’s biggest wine companies is set to boost its environmental credentials with a new bio-gas plant and hydro-plant.
One of the world’s top chefs who was found dead earlier this month was part of a ‘fine wine ponzi scheme’ that left him in serious financial difficulty, it has been claimed.
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