Bodegas Monje in Tenerife has launched a series of “Wine & Sex” nights involving erotic games at its winery in the Canary Islands.
Coravin has brought in former Nespresso executive Frédéric Levy as CEO to help the wine access tool expand its footprint further across Europe and Asia.
Hamish Anderson flags up a “stone-cold bargain” of a 2009 Rioja, while David Williams showcases Mencía – a Spanish red grape that he said is taking the UK by storm.
From questioning oak maturation to the prominence of Port and lower abv wine – various changes are taking place in the world of wine.
Chianti Classico producer Querciabella has launched its first Riserva wine since the 1999 vintage.
The Premiere Napa Valley Wines auction raised a record US$6 million at the weekend with both well-established names and up-and-coming producers attracting high prices.
The 2015 harvest has caught many South African winemakers off guard – and on the beach – with the grapes ripening around two weeks earlier than usual.
Prosecco producer Follador will unveil a new range of still wines called Ca’ dei Noni at next month’s ProWein and Vinitaly trade fairs.
The wine investment firm with links to APW Asset Management, which stands accused of draining millions from clients, has shut down its website and its employees have disappeared from social media.
An all-female international panel selected the winners of the ninth annual Argentina Wine Awards, which took place last week.
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