Wine Scholar Guild appoints French programmes director

Vancouver-based sommelier Matthew Landry has joined The Wine Scholar Guild as its French programmes director.

Bordeaux ‘looks undervalued right now’

Having flirted with Italy, investors are “turning strongly back to Bordeaux” as the wines “look under priced” at the moment, according to one fine wine merchant.

Corporate chess champs gifted with wine chess set

The winners of the FIDE Online World Corporate Chess Championship ­– the Grenke Bank team – have been gifted a bespoke wine and chess set from Chateau La Grace Dieu des Prieurs in Bordeaux.

Study finds evidence of ‘prosperous’ wine trade in Islamic Sicily

A study conducted by the universities of York and Rome Tor Vergata has found evidence of a prosperous wine trade in Sicily during the Islamic occupation.

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