A bacterium that causes malolactic fermentation in wine has been partially genetically mapped by a team of Spanish and Italian scientists.
Renowned Rioja-based producer Marqués de Cáceres has bought 125 hectares of vineyards in Rueda and plans to build a winery in the region.
February has seen Cheval Blanc take its highest share of monthly trade on Liv-ex since December 2012 – in the appropriately named Year of the Horse.
A glimpse into the lavish palace of deposed Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych has revealed his taste for prestige cuvée Champagne, luxury Cognac and Jack Daniel’s.
Tokyo boasts a buzzing nightlife and a wealth of wine bars offering a haven for any city-going wine lover.
Mike Cox, winemaker at Schug Winery in Carneros, shares his views on attempting to achieve perfection with Pinot in California.
A stand off over the alleged dumping of European wine in China at unfairly low prices appears to be moving towards a resolution.
Ruinart Champagne has created flavoured “edible pearls” to go with its rosé when served at selected on-trade accounts.
French? American? Or both? Drop into any Rioja producer’s cellar and it would seem every winery is hedging its bets.
Premiere Napa Valley 2014 took in a record breaking US$5.9 million yesterday, almost double the previous record of 2012’s US$3.1 million.
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