Gaja, Giacosa and Conterno all scored groundbreaking prices at the recent James Clark sale, reports Sotheby’s Jamie Ritchie.
Champagne will be shunned for English sparkling wine next year when Britain’s biggest cruise ship is officially named.
London Wine Fair’s organisers have reported strong exhibitor support for its revamped format as stand bookings fill up well ahead of the 2015 show.
A global symposium championing the achievements of women working within the wine trade and their advancement will take place in Napa next year.
South African producer KWV has launched a “natural” Pinotage using Rooibos and Honeybush wood in place of sulphur dioxide.
Despite significant challenges the future of the UK’s independent wine retail sector looks bright, according to a recent report that described it as “thriving”.
Accolade Wines has confirmed that it is in “exclusive discussions” to buy Grant Burge Wines, the latest sign of consolidation taking place within Australia’s wine industry.
Sotheby’s New York sale featuring the collection of entrepreneur James Clark made over US$2.5 million last weekend.
Producers rather than critics are driving the stylistic shift in Australia’s flagship Shiraz, maintains one expert on the country’s wines.
New Zealand Winegrowers has welcomed a new free trade deal with South Korea as offering a “significant boost” to this major export target market.
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