US wine exports edged to a new record value in 2012, despite sales to Hong Kong falling by almost a third.
Bordeaux veteran Blatch will be tasked with discovering 'unique and interesting' crus.
Too many Bordeaux chateau owners rely on negociants and prestige, warns Philippe Magrez.
There's no point being too dogmatic about natural wines, says Real Wine Fair organiser Doug Wregg.
Accolade Wines has accused popular accessories and homeware brand Cath Kidston of illegally copying Babycham's deer logo.
Falling consumption and squeezed profits could mean less space for wine on supermarket shelves in the UK, says Bibendum buyer.
Thousand-pound bottles of Domaine de la Romanee Conti, as well as Chateau Margaux, Cheval Blanc, Cos d'Estournel and other fine wines were served last year at official functions, according to…
China will import wine at a slower pace as the country's domestic wine production increases - while the world's most populous nation is set to become the world’s second-biggest wine…
The owner of Saint Emilion's Chateau Croque-Michotte, Pierre Carle, will seek compensation if he and two other chateaux win their court battle against the new Saint Emilion classification.
Bordeaux's Saint Emilion classification is facing a fresh legal crisis after three chateaux filed complaints against the selection process.
Canadian wine critic Natalie MacLean has denied offering wine reviews in return for website subscriptions, but has promised to fully reference third-party reviews amid growing scrutiny of her practices.
Chateau d'Yquem has pulled out of making a Sauternes in 2012 after the vintage failed a post-harvest taste test.
Fine wine and Champagne houses should not lose sight of what the west can offer as they scramble to serve wealthy drinkers in Asia, says Olivier Krug.
Accolade Wines is searching for a new CEO after announcing the abrupt exit of Troy Christensen.
Dates are set for the auction of El Bulli's wine cellar, which could fetch up to US$1.6m for the now-closed restaurant's new research foundation.
UK government plans to ban multi-buy drinks offers may not curb alcohol consumption as much as expected, analysis by Accolade Wines suggests.
The new general manager of Accolade Wines in the UK is on a mission to see Hardys competing 'at every price point' in the country's wine market.
Francis Ford Coppola is close to completing the restoration of California's Inglenook, after using the name to rebrand his Rubicon wine for the release of the 2009 vintage.
New Zealand’s Yealands Estate winery has beaten off global competition to be crowned the Most Sustainable Medium Business at the International Green Awards in London.
Tributes are pouring in for two young chefs from Michelin-starred restaurant the Fat Duck, who have been killed in a car crash in Hong Kong.
New Zealand's Osawa Wines has successfully defended its 'Flying Mouton' wine brand against a complaint by Chateau Mouton Rothschild in the country.
A US$100m wine investment fund set up by China's Hina Group has no shortage of potential targets among top wineries in California, according to an adviser.
Beaujolais Nouveau winemakers are determined to party, despite a 'once-in-a-generation' small harvest threatening to leave some reliant on bank loans.
Sainsbury's wine division is basking in the reflected glory of British Olympic success after reporting strong Champagne sales in its latest results.
The US Justice Department has accused Rudy Kurniawan of attempting to suppress evidence and has filed a motion defending its search of the alleged wine fraudster's home.
The French professor credited with identifying the French Paradox has died, aged 84.
The Brazilian government has sidestepped a campaign to put quotas on imported wines by striking a deal to give wine more shelf space in the country's supermarkets.
Chateau Chunder, a new film taking a tongue-in-cheek look at the rise of Australian wine premieres in Australia next week.
Italian authorities have approved the use of synthetic corks and screwcaps on higher quality DOC and DOCG wines for the first time.
A French winemaker who saw a world-class rally driver skew off the road and into the heart of his vines has played down the damage caused.