London restaurants are not doing enough to improve their diners’ wine experience, new research has revealed.
Sales of Champagne surged over the Christmas period, say UK high street retailers.
Hubert Perrodo, French entrepreneur and owner of Margaux chateaux Marquis d’Alesme Becker, Labégorce and Labégorce-Zédé, has died aged 62.
The Taittinger family is set to return to its Champagne business nearly two years after being bought out by an American investment firm.
Better known for its cider and sailors, the region of Brittany can now lay claim to having its own wine following a legal tussle with the French authorities.
For those hoping to experience the unheard-of pleasure of dining for free at a top restaurant, your chance is over.
Winemaker Brent Marris has resigned as chief judge of the Air New Zealand awards as the Wither Hills competition scandal refuses to go away.
Wines made in south western France and Sardinia are better for your health than Australian, South African or US wines, scientists say.
The European Court of Justice has dashed hopes of UK consumers buying cut-price wine from other European countries.
Chateau Angelus boss Hubert de Bouard was shaken – but not stirred – when Bond chiefs demanded his top vintage for the British secret agent.
Fortnum & Mason, the world’s most exclusive grocer, has more than doubled the size of its wine department as part of a £24m refurbishment.
It might have lost the endorsement of Jay-Z, but Roederer has found new high-profile support in the form of Victoria and David Beckham.
The president of Bollinger is set to sue French supermarkets, saying their cut-price promotions are detrimental to the Champagne house’s image.
A South African estate is launching what it says is the country’s first wine available to buy en primeur.
Health warnings on bottles of wine, urging pregnant women not to drink alcohol, have been made compulsory by the French government.
The daughter of the former owner of Chateau Montrose is going to court to fight the sale of the chateau that took place earlier this year.
A biodynamic Californian winemaker is spraying his crop with a sunblock concoction to relieve his over-tanned grapes.
Randall Grahm of Bonny Doon vineyards has sold off two brands to wine giant The Wine Group.
Five Oddbins wine shops, in exclusive areas of London, are being converted to Nicolas stores – the French wine retail arm of owners Castel.
The 2006 French harvest is heading for a replay of 2005 with official reports showing similar harvest patterns and projected yields.
Hailstorms ripped through swathes of Champagne vineyards this week, threatening potentially 10% of this year’s crop.
Top Beaujolais producer Georges Duboeuf has been found guilty of incorrectly labelling and blending over 200,000 litres of wine.
Wine trade show Vinexpo is set to return to the US in 2009, decanter.com has learned.
The EU announced radical and far-reaching reforms for the wine sector today, acknowledging that the current situation of subsidies and legislation is ‘not sustainable’.
Scotland’s legendary whisky island and a tiny Peruvian town are celebrating a remarkable discovery – they were once joined together.
Sweden’s state-run drinks monopoly Systembolaget has run itself into trouble for the way it labels wine produced in the Golan Heights.
Leaking radioactive waste from a dump in the Champagne region is a ‘threat’ to its vineyards, says Greenpeace.
The Archbishop of Bordeaux has called on the regions’ winemakers to show courage in the face of the wine crisis currently affecting the region.
In a drive to end the overproduction of wine in its member states, the European Union is set to reduce the amount of financial aid it gives to winemakers.
Pichon-Lalande’s board of directors is in advanced takeover talks with the Hermes family, it was confirmed this morning.