UK government plans to ban multi-buy drinks offers may not curb alcohol consumption as much as expected, analysis by Accolade Wines suggests.
The new general manager of Accolade Wines in the UK is on a mission to see Hardys competing 'at every price point' in the country's wine market.
Francis Ford Coppola is close to completing the restoration of California's Inglenook, after using the name to rebrand his Rubicon wine for the release of the 2009 vintage.
New Zealand’s Yealands Estate winery has beaten off global competition to be crowned the Most Sustainable Medium Business at the International Green Awards in London.
Tributes are pouring in for two young chefs from Michelin-starred restaurant the Fat Duck, who have been killed in a car crash in Hong Kong.
New Zealand's Osawa Wines has successfully defended its 'Flying Mouton' wine brand against a complaint by Chateau Mouton Rothschild in the country.
A US$100m wine investment fund set up by China's Hina Group has no shortage of potential targets among top wineries in California, according to an adviser.
Beaujolais Nouveau winemakers are determined to party, despite a 'once-in-a-generation' small harvest threatening to leave some reliant on bank loans.
Sainsbury's wine division is basking in the reflected glory of British Olympic success after reporting strong Champagne sales in its latest results.
The US Justice Department has accused Rudy Kurniawan of attempting to suppress evidence and has filed a motion defending its search of the alleged wine fraudster's home.
The French professor credited with identifying the French Paradox has died, aged 84.
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 Chunder, a new film taking a tongue-in-cheek look at the rise of Australian wine premieres in Australia next week.
Italian authorities have approved the use of synthetic corks and screwcaps on higher quality DOC and DOCG wines for the first time.
A French winemaker who saw a world-class rally driver skew off the road and into the heart of his vines has played down the damage caused.
Administrators of the collapsed UK drinks wholesaler Waverley TBS have been forced to cut nearly 90% of its staff after failing to find a buyer.
A former employee of wine storage business Legend Cellars is accused of stealing US$2.7m-worth of wine from private clients' lockers.
Brazil could be about to see a rise in sales of wine from Napa Valley, after the country agreed to recognise the California wine region's Geographic Indication status.
US billionaire says Christie's got away with a 'hoax' after appeals court rejects his bid to sue.
France is to host what is being billed as the first international competition solely for Grenache wines, to help shed light on a frequently overlooked grape variety.
Boisset Family Estates plan to recreate wines from the 19th century at California's prestigious Buena Vista winery.
Summergate Fine Wines has announced a 'major expansion' of its range from Italy, amid China's growing taste for top Italian wine.
Wine producers across the northern hemisphere are beginning their grape harvest, with many expecting a much smaller crop, and some seeking comfort in optimistic predictions of quality.
The Dragons' Den-style talent show WineStars has signed a deal with Wines of Argentina and is planning to launch a consumer sales website in the next few months.
Wine in cartons can become a 'successful niche' in the UK, industry experts believe, as the first Tetra Pak wines packaged in the country hit shop shelves.
The departed wine manager of UK supermarket retailer The Co-operative Group says he is ‘flattered’ by a Facebook campaign designed to keep him in his job.
The European Union's first rules governing organic wine production have come into force – but some are concerned that they do not go far enough.
Champagne Bruno Paillard says it deserves more credit for pioneering the publication of disgorgement dates on bottles.
Plans to set a minimum price for wine in Scotland are coming up against the complex bureaucracy of the European Union's agriculture trade rules.
Vinexpo CEO Robert Beynat says a 'complicated' US wine market and the economic downturn contributed to the postponement of its first consumer show.