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Wine merchants are turning their backs on Penfolds' Bin wines - whose annual release is today - following price increases that have been labelled a 'slap in the face'.
New Zealand expects a small 2012 vintage, which is likely to put the brakes on its decade-long growth spurt.
Bordeaux's classified growths have approved the first-ever standardised Chinese translation of their names, Decanter.com can exclusively reveal.
Record Cava exports have brightened up the Spanish sparkling wine's bleak domestic market in 2011.
Wine tastes better if a winery is difficult to pronounce, according to new research.
Previews of the 2007 Brunello di Montalcino vintage for the 'privileged few' have sparked fury among wine critics and bloggers.
Casino and gaming billionaire James Packer has increased his stake in the world's second largest wine producer, Treasury Wine Estates.
Natural wine remains 'marginal' in the UK, but organisers of the UK's first artisan wine fair still aim to attract 1500 people to the inaugural event.
Wine bosses in Australia are frustrated by the slow progress of the country's vine removal programme, with around half the projected amount of vines being grubbed up since 2009.
Hong Kong is no longer a 'bipolar market', according to new research by Master of Wine Debra Meiburg.
Top Bordeaux wines including Lafite-Rothschild failed to achieve their lowest estimates at a recent Hong Kong wine auction - while Burgundy hit new heights.
The Prosecco region estimates it will grow to almost five times its current size by 2035.
The world's leading chefs and sommeliers have given their support to a coalition calling for truth in wine labelling.
An Australian energy company's plans to mine gas on two wine estates in the Hunter Valley would be a 'desecration', local activists say.
The recently-resigned head of the New Zealand stock exchange has just bought a winery in the country’s prime Pinot Noir region.
The container ship that ran aground on a reef off New Zealand's North Island last week contained at least 4000 cases of wine.
In a bid to reduce Australia's wine glut two of the country's major players are calling for the abolition of the WET tax.
Treasury Wine Estates, the wine division of brewing giant Foster's, has reported a fall in sales volumes in its first year as a standalone operation.
Swedish vodka producer Absolut has paired up with Pernod Ricard stablemate Brancott Estate to produce a 'sparkling fusion' of vodka and Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc.
The New Zealand Wine Company has multimillion dollar losses for 2011 - a sign of the wider financial malaise facing the country’s wine industry.
Researchers have found sulphur dioxide might benefit grapes.
Rebecca Gibb meets the terroir-driven winemaker setting his own benchmarks in the New World
The golden days are over for New Zealand's wine producers and it must face the harsh reality of a tough global market, the industry's national organisation has told its members.
The French grape harvest is predicted to exceed 47 million hectolitres (hl) this year – an increase of 6% compared to 2010.
The owner of one of Russia's oldest sparkling wine estates is planning to float the company to finance an expansion plan and build a luxury resort around the winery.
Australia is still not making enough progress in redressing the supply/demand imbalance, says an industry body, despite the removal of 17,000 hectares of vines in the past three years.
A long-running trial involving a series of frauds, including wine investments, running into millions of pounds has concluded with the acquittal of the final defendant.
The 2011 Champagne harvest will be one of the earliest on record, with picking allowed to start as early as 19 August.