Cru Bourgeois vice-president Francois Nony says he wants to continue supporting the classification, despite his wines not being included in its 2011 vintage selection.
Wines of South Africa has appointed marketing specialist Siobhan Thompson as its new chief executive.
A majority of merchants surveyed by fine wine index Liv-ex believe that prices will edge upwards in the remainder of 2013, but experts warn the market is still weak.
Exports of French wine dipped in volume terms and stagnated in value in the first half of 2013, official figures show.
Wine is fighting back in India as increasing numbers of women and young adults opt for grape over grain, the chief executive of Indian winery Sula Vineyards has told decanter.com.…
Moet & Chandon is preparing to sell hundreds of bottles of vintage Champagne spanning the past Century via a special auction at Sotheby's to mark the French group's 270th anniversary.
Scientists in Japan claim to have 'completely changed' our understanding of the way cork taint in wine works.
Organic viticulture, egg-shaped vats and infra-red technology are key winemaking techniques for the future of Bordeaux's vineyards and cellars, according to a group of early-adopting Chateau owners.
Decanter.com understands the European Agriculture Commission is concerned about the protection of European wine names, such as Bordeaux, Champagne and Chianti, on the internet.
The California winery owned by Chinese ex-basketball star Yao Ming could follow its premium Napa Crest launch in China with a white wine for younger drinkers.
Marchesi de' Frescobaldi has announced that Lamberto Frescobaldi has been appointed president of the family-held Italian wine group.
South Africa's premium wines are of growing interest to the continent's rising middle class, as the 39th Nederburg auction shows.
Champagne house Lanson-BCC has reported a tough first half of 2013, hit by higher costs and weak demand in the second quarter.
New Zealand wine producer Cloudy Bay is trying to prevent the 12-fold expansion of a nearby brewery on environmental grounds.
Decanter contributors Margaret Rand and Jon Wyand are among this year's prestigious Roederer award winners.
Napa Valley winemakers are basking in 'ideal' conditions for the 2013 harvest, reflecting an upbeat mood across California as a whole.
A wave of vine plantings in new regions is making Chile one of the most dynamic wine producing nations in the world, Concha y Toro winemaker Marcelo Papa has argued.
Turkey's first Master of Wine, Dilek Caner, has said she wants to do more to help Turkish wines on the international stage.
Winemaker Dave Powell has said he is saddened by his departure from Torbreck Vintners, and has vowed to start a new wine venture in Barossa Valley with his son.
Barossa Valley winemaker Dave Powell has left Torbreck Vintners, the winery he founded in the 1990s, after his contract was not renewed.
Australia's wine producers claimed a host of coveted international trophies at the DWWA gala dinner, alongside a strong Southern Hemisphere showing and wins for Canada, Croatia and Hungary.
Be among the first to see which wines will take the top honours at this evening's Decanter World Wine Awards 2013 presentation dinner.
Pernod Ricard has said its Champagne division benefited from a deeper reach in the US, Asia and Africa in its last fiscal year, but the French market remains tough.
Auction house Christie's has hailed strong international interest in its latest Hong Kong wine sale, with Pétrus and Romanée-Conti dominating.
A former employee of storage business Legend Cellars has been jailed for six years after stealing US$2.7m of wine from customers' lockers.
Kooyong Estate's Faultline Chardonnay 2010 from the Mornington Peninsula in Victoria and Yalumba's The Signature Shiraz-Cabernet Sauvignon 2008 from the Barossa Valley in South Australia took the top prizes in…
A boutique winery backed by award-winning merchant Roberson will open in London later this year, bringing a growing trend for urban winemaking to the heart of the UK capital.
Brazil's decade-old love affair with imported wine has hit a rough patch due to an economic slowdown curbing middle class spending power, analysts at Rabobank have said.
Online UK wine retailer Slurp has been bought by family wine merchant SH Jones after a lack of cash forced it into administration.
Luxury grocer Fortnum & Mason is to open its first new store in the UK in more than 300 years.