Liv-ex has compiled a list of the most searched-for wines on its website and while Bordeaux still dominates the rise of the rest of the world is also evident.
Radioactive elements that have been present in “all wines since 1945″, the year of the first nuclear weapons test, are being used by scientists to determine a wine’s authenticity.
The 4th of July is here and there’s a wine for every custom, creed and cuisine. Here are some US wine writers’ top recommendations.
French workers can for the first time be forbidden from drinking wine in the workplace by their employers after an historic labour ministry ruling.
Sotheby’s has lined up over 1,000 “who’s who” lots of top flight Bordeaux, Burgundy and Rhône for its London sale later this month.
A scholarship offering one member of the UK trade a chance to visit Marlborough, New Zealand is now open to applicants for 2014/15.
The Moldovan cellars where Vladmir Putin keeps wine are so big you need to drive through them.
A major pesticide drift is threatening up to 25,000 acres of vineyards in California’s Lodi wine country after a powerful weed-killing cocktail was dropped nearby.
Franciacorta’s consorzio believes it can “easily” increase sales by four million bottles as the Italian sparkling wine region continues to step up its push into export markets.
This week team db was schooled in the art of mixology and took a lesson in beer and music matching from an Oxford University professor.
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