Domaine de la Romanée-Conti's co-owner, Aubert de Villaine, has praised Christie's for withdrawing a magnum of La Tâche 1962 from auction at the eleventh hour, due to concerns it is…
Rex Pickett’s play of his film Sideways is a step closer to Broadway after he recruited award-winning director Des McAnuff, but prospects for a big-screen sequel remain small.
More than 3,000 bottles of wine have been sailed into London by a new company keen to demonstrate the environmental benefits of old-fashioned wind power.
Media tycoon Rupert Murdoch has purchased Moraga Estate vineyard in Bel Air, Los Angeles, for a reported US$29.5m.
Organisers have said they are 'very pleased' with the auction of Hugh Johnson's wine cellar, which fetched hammer price sales of £88,000.
Chinese architect Wengcheng Li has acquired Chateau La Fleur Jonquet in Graves.
Officials in Tasmania are seeking to persuade Champagne houses to invest in their island's potential.
Few civilians get a glimpse into the UK Government's inner chambers, but in a century-old cellar, Chris Mercer discovers Latour 1961 among more modest bottles, and hears tales of Nelson…
Sir Alex Ferguson is reported to be interested in acquiring a vineyard in France.
Chateau de Sours is calling time on its long-standing rosé supply deal with Majestic Wine.
Laurent Ponsot will join compatriots Aubert de Villaine of DRC and Christophe Roumier in testifying against Rudy Kurniawan.
The owner of Rioja's Ysios winery says it has 'no choice' but to file court action against renowned architect Santiago Calatrava Valls, after suffering from repeated leaks in a roof…
First-growths dating back more than 50 years and a large selection of vintage German wines are among a host of bottles to be auctioned from Hugh Johnson's cellar.
Greenberg's ex-house manager sides with Koch in court as wine fraud trial looks set to over-run.
Italy's Angelo Gaja will join Georg Riedel to hold an exclusive wine tasting in the UK Capital later this year.
Most major port houses are expected to declare the highly-anticipated 2011 vintage over the coming weeks, with Sogrape Vinhos the first to show its hand.
London fine wine merchant Bordeaux Index has opened an office in Los Angeles to target fine wine investors and drinkers in the US, as well as overseas interest in California's…
A former employee of Brunello di Montalcino winery Soldera has been sentenced to four years in prison after sabotaging thousands of litres of the celebrated producer's wine.
Brazilian winery Lidio Carraro has beaten off competition from larger rivals to be the official wines supplier for the FIFA 2014 World Cup, to be held in Brazil.
Competition for wines being sold off by the UK Government, including bottles of Latour 1961, has been described as 'intense' by Christie's.
UK Chancellor George Osborne has provoked a fierce response from the wine trade after adding another ten pence to the cost of a bottle of wine, while cutting tax on…
Many New Zealand winemakers, excited at the prospect of an outstanding 2013 vintage and a chance to replenish stocks after the low grape haul in 2012, are playing down talk…
France's interior ministry has performed a u-turn by postponing plans to fine drivers not carrying breathalysers.
Nomacorc is on the brink of launching new wine closures that are partially made from plant-based polymers.
Winemaker Francis Lamblin says nothing has been agreed with French football giants Paris Saint-Germain on personalised wine labels for its football stars, such as David Beckham.
AdVini-owned Maison Cazes has acquired Le Clos des Paulilles, the largest estate in the Collioure and Banyuls appellations.
The owner of Chateau Doisy-Vedrines has been elected president of the Crus Classés of Sauternes and Barsac.
A series of successful auctions and improved fine wine pricing shows that investors are regaining their thirst for top Bordeaux.
Bordeaux expert Bill Blatch expects to spend a significant amount of time researching private cellars in the Bordeaux area as part of his new role as international wine consultant for…
Wine merchant Berry Bros & Rudd warns European trade is being 'bombarded' by UK-based wine scams.