Chile is developing more upmarket styles of Sauvignon Blanc, often using barrel fermentation, to distance itself from Marlborough’s herbaceous take on the grape.
Police in Italy have seized 160,000 litres of Tuscan wines labelled falsely as Brunello and Rosso di Montalcino.
Six new Masters of Wine have been announced taking the total number of MWs worldwide to 319 in 24 countries.
From a paper wine bottle and wine handbags to Pinot Noir in a can, wineries are throwing out the rule book when it comes to design.
An empty bottle of wine signed by the world’s first man in space and used to toast a doomed mission is to go under the hammer at auction.
Maisons Marques et Domaines has revamped its website unveiling a new corporate image.
From David Beckham and Justin Timberlake to Jude Law, the drinks industry has attracted no end of A-list stars keen to show their support for their favourite tipple.
A winemaker had his right hand amputated after it was mutilated in an industrial accident.
It won’t be another “vintage of the century”, but 2014 could be “just what Bordeaux needs,” says ex-pat grower and winemaker, Gavin Quinney.
Cristina Mariani May, co-CEO of the US importer Banfi Vintners, on ambition, wine and running like Forrest Gump.
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