A London restaurant is flying the flag for Chile by listing one of the country’s most famous wines at what it claims is a record-breaking £850 price tag.
Chilean wine producer De Martino is trialling wooden maturation vessels made from the country’s native tree, the raulí beech.
Beleaguered Australian producer Treasury Wine Estates has reported a devastating AUS$100 million loss in its end of year results.
Carolina Wine Brands is to start planting the near-extinct Romano grape in Chile having made a wine from the variety last year.
Wakefield Cathedral in West Yorkshire has launched a range of communion wines to sell to its parishioners.
Proposals for a new coal mine in Australia’s Hunter Valley are raising fears that history could repeat itself, after a with a similar plan devastated the wine industry in the 1990s.
US wine writers went mad for Pinot Noir this week recommending a number of California’s best bottles, alongside a wine made by one of the “greatest winemakers on Earth”.
New Zealand Winegrowers has hailed a record NZ$1.33 billion (£672m) export performance last year as it predicted a rise to $2bn by the end of this decade.
The price of Argentine wines will remain stable, according to one importer, despite the country being in the grip of an economic crisis.
Wine agency Barwell & Jones has unveiled a new portfolio which has doubled in size as the company climbs back from its collapse five years ago.
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