Pernod Ricard is seeking to capitalise on strong consumer demand for vintage Champagne with an early limited-edition release from the Perrier-Jouet 2007 vintage.
Archaeologists have found what they believe could be evidence of a near-2,000-year-old Roman vineyard in southern England.
A 31-year-old warehouse worker suspected of stealing more than $400,000-worth of California wine has been arrested and charged by police.
The president of Bordeaux winemaker group Grand Cercle de Bordeaux has said there will be some pleasant surprises from the 2013 vintage, but he reminded producers they need to price…
UK chancellor George Osborne has offered some respite to drinkers by announcing he will scrap automatic, above-inflation duty tax rises on alcohol, but wine still fared worse than beer and…
Vandals who set fire to telephone exchanges in southern France over the weekend appear to have claimed allegiance to the militant winemaker group known as CRAV.
Clarissa Dixon Wright, a former food columnist for Decanter and one half of popular television chef duo Two Fat Ladies, has died aged 66.
Italian wine group Marchesi de' Frescobaldi plans to build a standalone winery for its Masseto Super Tuscan wine and is interested in moving into Chianti Classico.
Decanter World Wine Awards regional chair Richard Juhlin has been awarded France's highest honour for his efforts to promote Champagne.
Auction house Sotheby's is keen to hold more ex-cellar sales of Burgundy after the sum raised from a 2,000-bottle cache of Maison Joseph Drouhin wines significantly beat estimates in New…
Two entrepreneurs in California say they have invented a table-top machine that will turn water and cheap grape concentrate into $30-a-bottle wine at the push of a button.
Ornellaia has commissioned Canadian-born artist Rodney Graham to create poems and label designs to mark its 2011 vintage, as auction house Sotheby's reports rising interest in the Super Tuscan winery.
Wineries in Washington state saw a record grape harvest in 2013, with Cabernet Sauvignon the most popular variety, offering more evidence of the wine region's rise to prominence.
Champagne houses and critics must guard more carefully against heaping praise on a particular vintage too soon, according to Ruinart's cellar master.
Moet Hennessy will spend £1.5m in the UK to back the launch of Argentinian sparkling wines that it believes will tempt drinkers away from top-end Prosecco without asking them to…
France's Senate has stamped its official approval on what must seem obvious to many - that the country's wines and vineyards are part of its national heritage.
McGuigan wines producer Australian Vintage has warned that it is facing a difficult 2014 vintage, but the firm has been buoyed by a rise in profits in the first half…
One of Rioja's top producers, Marques de Caceres, has said a shortage of white grape varieties in the region prompted it to purchase more than 100 hectares of vines in…
China-based wine distributor Summergate has said it is in negotiations with potential outside investors in order to raise capital for growth.
Exports of wine from the US jumped by 16% last year, show official figures that offer a boost to California's winemakers facing their worst drought in memory.
More wine drinkers in the UK are looking for the Fairtrade symbol on bottles, show new figures released this week.
Which grape varieties would be in your perfect blend? Do-it-yourself wine is emerging as a logical next step for discerning drinkers with cash to spare.
France's foreign trade minister has said that a compromise deal is increasingly likely over China's anti-dumping investigation into wine imports from the EU.
The prosecution of Burgundian biodynamic winemaker Emmanuel Giboulot for refusing to spray his vines against a disease that some have likened to phylloxera has exposed a tricky ethical dilemma.
High expectations surrounding Napa Valley's 2012 vintage have seen the annual Premiere Napa Valley wine auction double its sales record to almost $6m.
There has been an outpouring of tributes across the wine trade for Michael Cox, the Europe director of Wines of Chile, who has died.
Do you care how many calories are in your favourite bottle of wine? Debate is growing in the UK after supermarket Sainsbury's committed calorie labelling on all of its own-brand…
Top supermarkets in the UK are divided on whether to print calorie counts on wine labels, as Sainsbury's earns government praise for backing the policy.
The body of the Chinese billionaire who purchased Chateau de La Riviere in Bordeaux and went missing following a helicopter crash 24 hours later has now been found.
Treasury Wine Estates has again fended off calls to sell its US business amid a drop in sales and steep decline in operating profits for the first half of its…