Chêne Bleu of Provence has announced the release of a new red wine named Astralabe.
LVMH has reported a 4% increase to its revenue for the first nine months of 2014, however wine and spirits was its only category not to achieve any growth.
Argentine restaurant Gaucho is to open its first Asian franchise in Hong Kong later this month promising the city the best of Argentine steak and wine.
The Hong Kong Quality Assurance Agency is launching a wine registration scheme to help boost consumer confidence and combat counterfeiting.
Dramatic landslides and heavy rainstorms have brought mixed results from the Douro in a year that Symington Family Estates’ managing director Paul Symington has dubbed “The Year of the Fox”.
Tesco has suspended three executives – including its director for beer, wine and spirits – as part of an investigation into a £250 million profit overestimation.
2014 is a “really good” Burgundy vintage if you know where to look, according to Anthony Hanson MW, who gave his top tips for November’s auction.
A new organic wine agreement with the EU means New Zealand’s organic wine certifications will soon be recognised in Europe.
Wine grape production is set to decline across nearly every major wine producing region in the world in 2014, according to analysts at Rabobank.
Canard-Duchêne has hailed a “truly historical performance” as it outshone the wider Champagne category by posting 2.5% growth for the first half of 2014.
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