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Second Coming: Le Serre Nuove dell’Ornellaia

While second labels from acclaimed houses can, to connoisseurs, feel somewhat less than the main event, winemaker Axel Heinz is ensuring that Le Serre Nuove dell’Ornellaia stands on its own reputation, writes Rupert Millar.


Here are eight of Chile’s best Carmenère wines

Following an extensive tasting of Chilean wines last month, we bring you eight brilliant reds based on the country’s emblematic grape: Carmenère.


How is Champagne adapting to climate change?

Champagne is considering sweeping changes to its viticultural model in an attempt to adapt to climate change. Giles Fallowfield considers the proposals, from expanding vine spacing to planting new grape varieties.


10 reasons to get excited about Chilean wine right now

Having just finished an extensive tasting of Chile’s top drops, we bring you 10 styles of wine that this nation does brilliantly, and the bottles to prove it.


In focus: New Zealand’s lighter wine movement

A handful of winemakers in New Zealand have cracked the code on making lower-ABV wines that taste like their stronger counterparts. Edith Hancock finds out how they did it, and what’s next.


Diageo and LVMH in dividend dispute

The world’s biggest premium drinks company is in dispute with the world’s largest luxury goods group over a missing dividend payment.

The Drinks Business Awards 2020

Deadline: 31st Jul 2020

The Tuscan Masters 2020

Deadline: 30th Oct 2020

The Global Malbec Masters 2020

Deadline: 30th Oct 2020

The Global Syrah Masters 2020

Deadline: 31st Oct 2020

Rioja Masters 2020

Deadline: 31st Oct 2020

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Green Awards 2020

2nd Nov 2020

WINE PARIS & VINEXPO PARIS

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15th Feb 2021

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Top 10 animals used as vineyard helpers

From moth-eating bats to grass guzzling pigs, we’ve rounded up 10 of the animals most commonly used by wineries as trusty vineyard helpers.

New venue openings in London

Our latest round-up of new openings in the UK capital includes not one but two French cafés on Mount Street, including one serving hound-shaped hazelnut cakes.

October restaurant and bar openings in London

With autumn upon us, we’ve rounded up a trio of exciting new venues opening in London this month, including a retro ramen restaurant and a Cuban cocktail bar.