Chinese officials have seized and destroyed thousands of bottles of Spanish wine after a health scare involving excessive levels of iron.
The Pressoirs de France group, supplier of cheap Champagne to major UK supermarkets, has been saved by an investment from Switzerland-based French businessman Michel Reybier.
Owner of Kapcsandy Family Winery in Napa Valley and self-proclaimed francophile Lou Kapcsándy discusses his thoughts and opinions on fine wine with Kyle Schlachter.
The former co-owner of Screaming Eagle, Charles Banks, is increasing wine tourism in California's Santa Barbara County with the opening of a new restaurant and boutique hotel in the Central…
The European Commission has reached a preliminary agreement with Beijing over imports of Chinese solar panels, raising expectations from the wine industry of a solution to the anti-dumping investigation.
Strong winds and heavy rainfall over the weekend wreaked devastation across much of the Medoc with Pauillac being the worst affected commune.
Many of my waking hours over the last month have been devoted to judging the Louis Roederer International Wine Writers' Awards.
Winemakers in AOC Saint Emilion Grand Cru have tightened quality controls surrounding their bottling, with new plans to test wines after bottling, and again at five years old starting from…
It doesn't get the media coverage that California does, but Virginia is tipped to be the next big thing in American wine. Jason Tesauro picks out the varieties and producers…
Philippe Dourthe, owner and director of Chateau Maucaillou in Moulis-en-Medoc from 1982 to 2008, and part of the Dourthe family of negociants, has died in Bordeaux aged 72.
Francois Pinault, owner of Chateau Latour in Pauillac, has bought Napa's Araujo Estate.
A boutique winery backed by award-winning merchant Roberson will open in London later this year, bringing a growing trend for urban winemaking to the heart of the UK capital.
The appeal court of Bordeaux has ruled against a group of Pomerol winemakers, known as Les Bannis de Pomerol, who are contesting a syndicate ruling that all AOC Pomerol winemakers…
After the devastating hail storms in Burgundy this week, and following on from hail earlier in this 2013 season, and in 2012, the president of the Regional Council, François Patriat,…
Brazil's decade-old love affair with imported wine has hit a rough patch due to an economic slowdown curbing middle class spending power, analysts at Rabobank have said.
A New York wine storage facility flooded by Hurricane Sandy is at the centre of a labyrinthine legal battle involving millionaire collectors and a famous London-born restaurateur.
Two violent storms collided late Tuesday in Burgundy resulting in massive damage to vineyards in the Cote de Beaune, according to the Burgundy Wine Board (BIVB).
A lacklustre 2012 Bordeaux en primeur campaign has contributed to a surge in fine Champagne sales, merchants reckon.
Chinese companies are cutting their spending on alcohol in response to a govenment initiative, but fine wine has not yet been seriously affected, says a new study.
South Africa's historic Constantia Uitsig wine estate is up for sale, with an asking price of ZAR175m (£11.6m).
Saint Emilion Premier Grand Cru Classe A Chateau Ausone, and Bordeaux negociant Barriere Freres (owned jointly by Castel Freres and Suntory), have both won cases against trademark squatters in China.
With Asia's leading experts set to gather in Hong Kong in September, we take a closer look at the Decanter Asia Wine Awards and find out what's behind Asia's largest…
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I was surprised to discover that I’m living in the biggest Syrah-growing region in the world. This variety is now France’s third most widely planted, after Merlot and Grenache, and…
Only one person out of 70 Master Sommelier candidates from around the United States passed the most recent exam that took place last week in Dallas, Texas.
Remote vineyards and ancient monuments make this region the ideal destination for a wine-lovers’ road trip. Just don’t forget to fill up, says Sarah Jane Evans MW
Les Vignerons de Tavel, a cooperative cellar in the rose-only appellation of Tavel, has become the first wine cooperative in France to be declared part of France's national heritage for…
French wine merchant Castel has lost its lengthy legal battle over the company's trademark in China.
Daniel Snelling, who ran Nouveau World Wines Ltd and Finbow Wines Ltd, has been found guilty of four counts of conspiracy to defraud and money laundering after a two month…