Discount retailer Aldi has launched a new range of “fine” wines and is limiting customers to four bottles per person in a bid to keep the range “exclusive”.
Australian winemaker Simon Burnell has died after a windsurfing accident in the Margaret River region.
The International Wine & Spirit Competition announced joint winners of its Communicator of the Year 2015 award during the weekend’s Gala Dinner to launch Vinitaly.
With spring around the corner this week’s recommendations are dominated by lighter, fresher and fruitier wines.
Accolade Wines, which counts brands like Hardys and Echo Falls as part of its portfolio, has chosen not to take part in the London Wine Fair this year.
Chancellor George Osborne’s decision to cut alcohol duty in this year’s Budget has been branded “disgraceful” by doctors and health campaigners.
Reacting to the UK’s Budget announcement on Wednesday, Ron Emler unpicks what the duty cuts mean for the country’s burgeoning industry.
The drinks business is thrilled to announce that its editor-in-chief Patrick Schmitt has become a Master of Wine, along with four other members of the wine trade.
Last night, members of the UK drinks trade celebrated the career of Nick James, managing director of Pol Roger Ltd, who is retiring this month.
Value sales of Bordeaux wine fell by 13% in 2014 according to the CIVB, with a poor 2013 harvest and rapidly slowing demand in China blamed.
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