The best wines showed concentration, elegance and balance, but too many were overoaked to make up for a lack of ripeness. Still, canny buyers could find some gems for short-term…
O. Fournier, the high-end Spanish-Chilean-Argentinian venture, has earmarked 140ha of vines in Mendoza to be sold to private individuals in small plots.
Decanter has won Best International Publication at the Grandi Cru d'Italia Awards in Verona - the third award for the magazine and its editor from the prestigious organisation.
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English sparkling wine Nyetimber will be on offer this year as wine merchant Goedhuis hosts its third annual Summer Rose Tasting in aid of the Starlight Children's Foundation.
More funds are being earmarked for wine production in Sicilian vineland confiscated from the Mafia.
Chateau Smith Haut Lafitte in the Graves is to open a new €3m winery intended specifically for the second wine Les Hauts de Smith.
The arrest by the FBI of Rudy Kurniawan is not enough to deter the tide of fake wine, alleged victims of counterfeiting say.
Credit Agricole Grands Crus is to take an 18% stake in one of Bordeaux's largest wine companies, Vignobles Andre Lurton, which will pass out of 100% private ownership for the
Wine growers in the Riverina district of Australia are recovering from a series of 'unprecedented' floods, which have blighted an otherwise promising 2012 vintage.
John Avery MW, one of the country's most renowned wine merchants and a towering figure in the UK wine industry, has died aged 70.
John Forrest's February call for his fellow Marlborough growers to think about moving towards 'a self-enforced appellation system … with strict controls over yield and quality' broached a topic which,…
Turkish authorities are investigating the country's former ambassador to the European Union, following allegations he embezzled wine worth hundreds of thousands of euros.
A former hedge fund manager is setting out to plant what will one of the largest vineyards in England, in the South Downs in East Sussex.
The continuing success of Prosecco is good for Champagne, Lanson managing director Paul Beavis has said.
The drinks industry, including retailers and lobbying groups, have condemned the government's announcement on setting a minimum price on alcohol as 'simplistic' and 'doing nothing to tackle the root causes…
Decanter requires temporary staff to assist at the 2012 Decanter World Wine Awards judging week from Monday 23rd April to Friday 27th April. Additionally some staff will be required to…
See the results of the blind tasting and wine quiz from the J.P. Morgan and WaterAid event.
Vinoble, the bi-annual Spanish fortified and sweet wine fair, has been cancelled due to a funding shortfall.
The Chancellor's decision to continue the automatic tax escalator on drinks has been denounced as a 'lazy cash grab' and satirised as 'our own Olympic record' by drinks professionals.
Mondovino, the wine documentary that divided the wine world eight years ago, is to be shown in its full 10-hour version in London in May.
Nine Pomerol chateaux are celebrating a victory over hugely unwelcome changes in appellation rules.
See all the winners of the 2012 Decanter Wine Retailer of the Year Awards here
Decanter is launching a new wine competition in Asia, the Decanter Asia Wine Awards, it has just announced.
About 2,000 young vines have been vandalised causing tens of thousands of euros damage at a Medoc estate.
Napa Valley wine consultant Kerry Damskey has pioneered Costa Rica's first commercial winery.
Kent sparkling wine Herbert Hall has been selected to represent the 'Best of British' wines at the House of Commons in celebration of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee and the London…
Retail giant Tesco's fine wine sales have risen by 50% over the past year following an overhaul of the company's higher-priced offerings.
After a record-breaking export year, Italy now has nearly a quarter of the global wine market, according to the latest statistics.