The 170-year-old Veuve Clicquot expected to fetch a five-figure sum at auction next week can only be recommended for ‘historical interest, not pleasure,’ Champagne expert Tom Sevenson says.
The first of a chain of Bordeaux-only wine bars opened last weekend in Shanghai.
Decanter’s latest Reader Weekend saw wine lovers head to Portugal’s Douro for an unforgettable trip.
Chateau Lafite Rothschild has said all bottles from the 2009 vintage will use Prooftag anti-fraud seals.
FranceAgriMer, part of the French Ministry of Agriculture, is funding a three year communication campaign to encourage wine professionals and consumers in China to look beyond Bordeaux.
The number of visitors from China to Decanter.com has surpassed both the UK and US for the first time.
Chateau Haut Brion, Bernard Magrez, Domaine de Chevalier and other Bordeaux luminaries have donated over €2.5m to the new Bordeaux wine cultural centre.
A host of top chateaux, including Lynch Bages, Gruaud Larose and Chateau Coutet have been confirmed to present their wines at this year's Great Bordeaux Fine Wine Encounter, together with…
The Decanter Asia Wine Awards is now open for entries.
The fourth edition of Vinexpo Asia-Pacific got underway this morning, as visitors from across the world descended on Hong Kong's Convention & Exhibition Centre.
EU-produced organic wines have won the right to use the label ‘Organic Wine’ or ‘Vin Biologique’.
Small-scale wineries have hailed the Wine-Stars competition that has just taken place as ‘revolutionary’.
Greek exports are on the rise as wineries adapt to the economic crisis engulfing the country.
It was one of those dreary, wet Saturdays in a wet, dreary month: the UK endured its soggiest April on record in 2012. Perfect lunching weather, in other words. I…
Widespread frost in Austria earlier this month caused serious damage to vineyards, according to the Austrian winegrowers' association.
Tasters found plenty to like among the 2009 crus bourgeois, but criticised the system itself, suggesting that it has become meaningless to many consumers and doesn't guarantee quality. The following…
The first screwcap for sparkling wines has been released – and it claims to solve the problems of taint, loss of sparkle and ease of opening.
A panel of world experts will come together in Hong Kong next week to discover exactly how wine is bought, consumed and understood by Chinese wine aficionados.
Jan Konetzki of London’s Restaurant Gordon Ramsay has won the 2012 UK Sommelier of the Year – at the fourth time of trying.