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Get Porty: How Port is attracting the next generation

While other fortified wines, such as Sherry and vermouth, have taken a hit, Port is, comparatively, doing well. Lauren Eads looks at how the sector is trying to attract younger drinkers while keeping its traditional fan base happy.


Message in a bottle: How the Champagne bottle is evolving

The mass production of glass brought about a conformity to Champagne bottles but now some producers are creating bespoke bottles to make their brands stand out. However, writes Lauren Eads, the process is quite an undertaking.


Breaking down Brexit: What does it mean for the wine and spirit industry?

As Brexit negotiations heat up, Arabella Mileham meets Miles Beale, chief executive of the Wine and Spirit Trade Association, to find out the latest developments in the aftermath of a chaotic general election.

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Global Chardonnay Masters 2017

Deadline: 29th Sep 2017

The Global Riesling Masters 2017

Deadline: 29th Sep 2017

Rioja Masters 2017

Deadline: 29th Sep 2017

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Crus Bourgeois du Médoc 2015 Official Selection Tasting

London,United Kingdom
21st Sep 2017

The City Wine Show

London,United Kingdom
22nd Sep 2017

Almaviva 2015 Vintage and Vertical Tasting

London,United Kingdom
28th Sep 2017

TFWA World Exhibition & Conference

Cannes,France
1st Oct 2017
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Top 10 new wave London wine bars

London has enjoyed an explosion of trendy wine bars recently, many of which double as delis and shops during the day. We’ve rounded up the best for you.

14 new MWs announced

The Institute of Masters of Wine has named 14 new MWs, taking the total of people to hold the prestigious title worldwide to 369.

Hot new London bar openings

Our latest round-up of new drinking dens in the capital includes a Clapham speakeasy, Covent Garden coffee shop from The Palomar team and a secret bar hidden inside a 1920s pharmacy in Chiswick.