Argentine winery Pascual Toso has announced that Felipe Stahlschmidt is joining its team as its new chief winemaker.
The drinks trade this week celebrated the birthday of an iconic restaurant, uncovered new bartending talent and db hosted its Riesling Masters.
Organisers have hailed ProWein China 2015 a huge success after 600 wine and spirits manufacturers from 33 countries descended on Shanghai for the three-day event.
Chianti Classico producers will be in London next week showcasing a selection of their Chianti Classico Annata, Riserva and Gran Selezione wines.
With thoughts turning to Thanksgiving celebrations next week, it’s no surprised that US wine writers were this week recommending their top pours to match with turkey.
Three years after its crackdown on corruption, China is beginning to behave like any other major wine market – a change that many believe is for the better.
US-based online wine retailer Wine.com has doubled its wine range to include more than 10,000 wines and launched a new mobile site, making it the “world’s largest mobile wine store”.
Online greeting card company Somecards has entered the wine trade, teaming up with 1026 Beverage Co to launch three Californian wines in the US.
With Bordeaux no longer the over-riding force in fine wine, does the market stand a better chance of ending the year on a high?
Observations by Liv-ex that recent Tignanello vintages may be undervalued relative to older examples have been refuted by Peter Shakeshaft, founder of wine investment company, Vin-X.
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