A wine cup believed to have been used by the ancient Athenian statesman, Pericles, has been found in a north Athenian suburb.
The Australian Taxation Office has warned the wine industry not to abuse the system by unfairly claiming hundreds of thousands of tax rebates each year.
Home to some of the world’s biggest drinks brands it is no surprise that Americans enjoy a tipple or two – but some states are more partial than others.
Napa Valley producers are hoping for a third bumper vintage in a row this year, as the region’s annual harvest gets underway.
A UK restaurant is believed to be the first in the country to ban smoking in their beer garden after complaints by other guests.
Envelope pushing wine bar chain Vinoteca has started serving Riesling from a keg and is the first London venue to pioneer the trend.
Napa wine pioneer and owner of the Sutter Home Winery, Vera Trinchero Torres, has passed away at the age of 76.
Destocking in China continued to impact Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton (LVMH) in the second half of 2014, which has posted a 15% drop in profits in its wine and spirits portfolio.
The quality of some of the world’s top wines is down to a concentration of expertise rather than terroir, a French professor has argued.
While Bolly lollies sound like something made up by Edina and Patsy of Absolutely Fabulous to see them through the summer, the world’s first Champagne ice lolly has gone on sale in the UK.
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