The 2011 vintage of St Emilion grand cru classé ‘A’, Pavie, has quietly been one of the most searched for wines on the Liv-ex exchange in the last month.
Cairanne has been formally promoted to a Côtes du Rhône cru appellation with the confirmation due to be decreed soon.
Around 600 activists have taken to the streets in Bordeaux to protest against the use of pesticides by the region’s winegrowers.
The chain of Western-themed bars that inspired the 2000 hit film Coyote Ugly is to open its first venue in the UK.
The US is experiencing a surge in wine consumption driven by millennials, who drank 42% of all wine in the US last year, according to the latest report from the Wine Market Council.
A former currencies trader known for his love of expensive Champagne has been ordered to pay back £2.7 million after swindling almost £5m out of investors.
For most consumers, Spanish wine still means ‘red’ wine. But now, as a host of top producers exploit the potential for whites in Rías Baixas, Rueda and beyond, they’re well worth discovering.
Les Grands Chais de France has appointed Mark Kears as the group’s new managing director for UK and Ireland.
South Africa’s Cape Wine Auction has set an all-time event record for a single bottle of wine, raising £57,000 (ZAR1.3m) for a bottle of Touch Warwick 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon.
Moderate wine consumption has been shown to significantly delay dementia in a new report that analyses almost 100 studies into the subject.
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