It’s been a busy week for the drinks industry with Chileans, Argentinians and South Africans jetting in for the Beautiful South Tasting in London.
With the fine wine market filled with cautious confidence and Bordeaux seeing signs of rehabilitation, Liv-ex has pointed to the 2005 vintage as worthy of a revisit.
The managing director of Pernod Ricard UK, Denis O’Flynn, has been elected the next chairman of the UK Wine and Spirit Trade Association.
Les Grands Chais de France has bought Château de la Tuilerie, a 59-hectare estate in the Costières de Nimes.
Friends and family of Michael Cox, Master of the Vintners, who died earlier this year, will run the Marathon du Médoc this weekend in his memory.
Protests by bar owners and hoteliers have promoted India’s Kerala state to temporarily halt plans to introduce total prohibition.
Wine has always been encouraging people to take to the stage for karaoke, but with these labels they might actually be able to sing in tune.
As part of a move to more southerly wine regions, particularly Itata, Chile is starting to create varietal and blended products using the País grape.
Welcome to Taiwan, a beautiful island of 35,961 square kilometres to the South East of China where there are as many scooters as there are people.
The International Wine & Spirit Competition has revealed its medal winners from South Africa and South America to tie in with the Beautiful South tasting in London.
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