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Natural Selection: the rise of organic wine

Low-intervention wines, whether they be made organically, biodynamically or naturally, are becoming increasingly popular. Edith Hancock reports.


Prosecco: Traders of the lost arc

while Prosecco may be an undoubted success, many producers are attempting to persuade sellers and consumers to trade up to better quality – and more expensive – versions of the popular Italian fizz. Lauren Eads investigates


Let’s talk about Sekt, baby

With the increasing popularity of sparkling wines, the time is ripe for Germany’s fizz, Sekt, to make its mark. Given that it is essentially starting from a blank slate, producers have a rare opportunity to lure consumers, finds Lauren Eads.

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Champagne Masterclass

London,United Kingdom
10th Sep 2018

THE GREATEST ITALIAN SPARKLING WINES TASTING

London,United Kingdom
10th Sep 2018

Cape Wine 2018

Cape Town,South Africa
12th Sep 2018

Bourgogne Masterclass

Brighton ,United Kingdom
18th Sep 2018
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Where to drink Prosecco in London

To celebrate National Prosecco Day, we’ve rounded up some of the best places in the capital to enjoy the popular Italian fizz straight up or in classic cocktails like the Bellini.

The week in pictures

This week in the world of drinks; DJ Khaled finds his inner GOAT in an ad for Bumbu rum, Francis Ford Coppola Winery throws an epic pool party, Graham Norton blends Prosecco, and we take a quick look at this week’s H1 results from Heineken, Molson Coors and Campari.

The week in pictures

This week in the world of drinks; UK wineries mobilise to win the public over, Italy displays sour grapes over Australian Nero d’Avola, Japanese drinkers stockpile beer, and one British army officer goes to extreme lengths to escape the heatwave…