Chile’s coastal Maule could become the latest hot spot for top-end Pinot Noir as two new projects promise to prove the quality of the area.
Russia is looking to establish a large state-owned corporation to produce “wine materials” on home soil, raising industry fears of a shift away from wine imports.
Tesco is offering discounts up to 64% on a wide range of lines from Austrian Riesling to 20 year-old Madeira as part of a wine warehouse clear-out.
Christian churches in Kerala are split over the use of wine in church services following the announcement of plans for a state-wide ban.
A producer in Burgundy is looking to become what is believed to be the first French vineyard to be listed on the London Stock Exchange.
The tail end of August has offered more reasons for fine wine followers to be cheerful as the value of bids on Liv-ex increased by £1 million.
A “ravishing” Gewürztraminer and a sparkling Malbec from Moët & Chandon’s Argentinean outpost make this week’s round up.
The inaugural Global Rosé Masters heralded an uncorking of our expert judges’ views on all things pink. Here we list all of the medallists.
Australian brand McGuigan has signed a distribution deal in China with one of the market’s biggest retailers, COFCO.
One of the wine world’s leading figureheads, Baroness Philippine de Rothschild has died aged 80.
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