Rebula - a borderline case
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What does Aszú mean, and is there any aging requirements for Tokaji sweet wines?
'Armenia is on very solid ground with its pioneering claims...'
This corner of Hungary is a hidden gem...
Hubert de Bouard has said he expects the amount of Cabernet Franc in the flagship wine of Chateau Angelus to gradually increase in the next few years, partly because of the benefits it yields during ageing.
Hungary's Tokaj wine region is to get a 330m-euro investment to both upgrade its vineyards and bolster the international reputation of its wines.
Georgia's traditional winemaking method of fermenting grapes in earthenware, egg-shaped vessels has been added to the world heritage list of the United Nations educational, scientific and cultural organisation (UNESCO).
Vines in Italy's Veneto region are under threat from a new pest, Japanese spotted wing fruit flies, as the 2013 harvest gets underway.
Russia has been accused of playing politics after re-imposing a ban on imports of all Moldovan wine and brandy.
An inaugural Tokaji wine auction is to be held this month in Hungary.
Find out who won this year's regional trophy...
Find out who one this year's regional trophy. And the winner is...
This sweet Hungary over £10 trophy is no surprise...
Find out what this year's regional trophy for white Hungary over £10 is...
Nine new Masters of Wine have been announced today, including three Decanter World Wine Awards judges and one DWWA regional chair.
Bordeaux second growth Chateau Leoville Las Cases has announced it is to produce a second wine.
There’s more than Tokaji and cheap white in Hungary – the warm, southern region of Villány is leading the way with reds, says Caroline Gilby MW
It’s not all luscious stickies in Tokaj – a new style of top-notch dry white is taking hold among leading producers, finds CAROLINE GILBY MW
Moldova is set to resume imports to Russia within the next two months.
Moldovan hopes of restarting wine exports to Russia have been dealt another blow.
Globe-trotting oenologist Michel Rolland has added another country to his portfolio of consultancies – Bulgaria.
The wine world was deeply saddened to learn of the sudden and untimely death of Tibor Gál in a road accident in South Africa last week.