The New York-based wine e-commerce website Lot18 is launching in London this week, aiming to quickly repeat the success of its US and French models.
Marks & Spencer will stock three Lebanese wines for the first time this May.
Looking at the gentle hills of the DOCG Valdobbiadene district, not far from Venice, it is remarkable how the sinuous lines of vineyards mark the boundary between earth and sky.…
There is great anticipation for the release of the first bottles of the 2007 vintage Castello Banfi Brunello di Montalcino and the estate’s top cru, Poggio alle Mura. By law…
The annual Premiere Napa Valley charity wine auction raised a record total of US$3.1m, breaking through the US$3m barrier for the first time.
Australian wine imports increased significantly while exports fell last year – and there was a marked increase in the value of domestic wine sales.
The natural wine movement in the UK has split into two factions, both of which are putting on near-identical wine fairs over the same weekend in May.
Veteran Loire winemaker Noel Pinguet's sudden resignation from Domaine Huet was over differences with the owning family, Decanter.com has learned.
New Zealand expects a small 2012 vintage, which is likely to put the brakes on its decade-long growth spurt.
Appellations can force wine producers to pay membership fees, a French court has ruled.
The biggest change in my lifetime? That's an easy one: the advent first of the computer, and then of the internet. How would you explain this to Julius Caesar, Charlemagne…
Interest in Burgundy and beyond continues to rise in the fine wine auction market.
Bordeaux's classified growths have approved the first-ever standardised Chinese translation of their names, Decanter.com can exclusively reveal.
Vanquish, the London partner of Spectrum Wine Auctions, is trying to establish the authenticity of 21 lots removed from its auction on 8 February.
The official list of auction lots on offer at Decanter's Charity Wine Gala Dinner has been released, including Haut-Brion imperials direct from Prince Robert of Luxembourg's cellar, magnums of Warre’s…
Wine lovers in search of elusive wines including Haut-Brion imperials direct from Prince Robert of Luxembourg's cellar are now able to place absentee bids if they are unable to attend…
For connoisseurs of fine wine, Alvaro Palacios doesn't need much of an introduction.
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Record Cava exports have brightened up the Spanish sparkling wine's bleak domestic market in 2011.
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Organics and screwcaps could be the way forward for Chateau Margaux, according to new research by the Bordeaux first growth.
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.