Watch Decanter's exclusive video interview with Francois Despagne of Chateau Grand Corbin-Despagne talking about the 2012 harvest in St Emilion, Bordeaux.
Global wine production will fall to its lowest level for 37 years as a result of the low 2012 harvest, according to the OIV.
Former French first lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy will preside over the 152nd Hospices de Beaune auction next month.
The Brazilian government has sidestepped a campaign to put quotas on imported wines by striking a deal to give wine more shelf space in the country's supermarkets.
Chateau Hourtin-Ducasse, a 25-hectare cru bourgeois estate in Saint Sauveur in the northern Medoc, has announced that it will not be making a 2012 wine.
Fine wine prices will be driven down with the Chinese government's crackdown on smuggling, Don St Pierre has told Decanter.
Nine different animal welfare groups including the RSPCA are calling on Fortnum & Mason to stop selling foie gras.
The perfect evening? There’s no formula, of course. If the final hours of the day weave great wine with great music, though, I will generally make my way happily to…
John Radford, writer, broadcaster and Spanish wine specialist, died on 19 October aged 65.
Watch Decanter's exclusive video interview with Anabelle Cruse Bardinet, owner of Chateau Corbin Grand Cru Classe in St Emilion, talking about the 2012 harvest.
Port is set to overtake sherry as the leading fortified wine in the UK by 2020, according to a major port shipper.
Watch Italian wine expert Peter McCombie MW give a tutored tasting on three wines from Friuli Venezia Giulia, Italy's leading white wine region.
Liv-ex has vigorously defended its valuation methods after accusations of unreliability by wine fund Nobles Crus.
Chateau Chunder, a new film taking a tongue-in-cheek look at the rise of Australian wine premieres in Australia next week.
Bordeaux 2012 is a vintage with low, soft tannins and good fruit flavours, vignerons say – but a good deal of work is necessary in the winery to deliver that
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The world auction market for fine wine may shrink by 20% or more in 2012, as the value of fine Bordeaux bottoms out, experts are predicting.
The 2012 McWilliam's Maurice O'Shea Award has gone to the Australian Screwcap Initiative.