Brazil could be about to see a rise in sales of wine from Napa Valley, after the country agreed to recognise the California wine region's Geographic Indication status.
US billionaire says Christie's got away with a 'hoax' after appeals court rejects his bid to sue.
France is to host what is being billed as the first international competition solely for Grenache wines, to help shed light on a frequently overlooked grape variety.
Boisset Family Estates plan to recreate wines from the 19th century at California's prestigious Buena Vista winery.
Summergate Fine Wines has announced a 'major expansion' of its range from Italy, amid China's growing taste for top Italian wine.
Wine producers across the northern hemisphere are beginning their grape harvest, with many expecting a much smaller crop, and some seeking comfort in optimistic predictions of quality.
The Dragons' Den-style talent show WineStars has signed a deal with Wines of Argentina and is planning to launch a consumer sales website in the next few months.
Wine in cartons can become a 'successful niche' in the UK, industry experts believe, as the first Tetra Pak wines packaged in the country hit shop shelves.
The departed wine manager of UK supermarket retailer The Co-operative Group says he is ‘flattered’ by a Facebook campaign designed to keep him in his job.
The European Union's first rules governing organic wine production have come into force – but some are concerned that they do not go far enough.
Champagne Bruno Paillard says it deserves more credit for pioneering the publication of disgorgement dates on bottles.
Plans to set a minimum price for wine in Scotland are coming up against the complex bureaucracy of the European Union's agriculture trade rules.
Vinexpo CEO Robert Beynat says a 'complicated' US wine market and the economic downturn contributed to the postponement of its first consumer show.
Another recreation of the legendary Judgement of Paris tasting has ended in a convincing victory for American wines.
Sideways author Rex Pickett says director Alexander Payne fears making a sequel to the hit 2004 film will be 'selling out'.
Italian wine producers are claiming victory after a tribunal ruled to return the Cannubi vineyard area in Barolo to its previous size.
Fairtrade wine has a golden marketing opportunity after being selected to spearhead the launch of bespoke Olympic wines at London 2012.
New Zealand's wineries are braced for tight supplies after the 2012 vintage came in almost a fifth smaller than last year.
Oxford University and Copenhagen Business School will fly the flag for non-French speaking Europe at the upcoming final of the Left Bank Bordeaux Cup.
Accolade CEO tells Decanter.com of the firm's ambition to 'get back in there' in the US.
Premium wines are flying off the shelves in the UK, despite a lacklustre sales trend for the overall market, new figures show.
Chianti Classico's ruling council is set to create a new flagship wine classification to show off the region's improved quality.
Greater respect for the soil is key to producing wines that accurately express terroir and may be considered 'noble', a meeting of the Academie Internationale du Vin has been told.
A powerful alliance of health professionals wants a French-style ban on alcoholic drinks advertising on television and at sports events in the UK.
Many Canadian wine drinkers could be free to transport wines across provincial borders for the first time in their lives, if a new law passes as expected.
German officials are adamant that the controversial Mosel bridge will be built as planned, after protestors reported an unexpected pause in construction.
English sparkling wines spearheaded bumper wine sales over the Jubilee weekend in the UK, initial figures show.
Tom Gearing is determined to prove Alan Sugar and The Apprentice judges wrong by expanding his fine wine investment business.
Most wine drinkers in the US only notice the bottle closure if there is a problem, according to new research commissioned by Nomacorc, but contested by natural cork producers.
India will be a 'slow burn' for wine merchants and investors, even if the country does sign a free trade agreement with the European Union, experts believe.