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Peter Lehmann

Obituary: Peter Lehmann

Monday 1 July 2013

One of Australia's most famous and best loved winemakers, Peter Lehmann, died on Friday, at the age of 82.

India wine

India tax cut 'will not create boom'

Monday 1 July 2013

The chance that India's government might slash taxes on European wine imports will make little...

Domaine de Chevalier: 'could use more rain'

Helicopter row highlights fungicide use in Bordeaux

Monday 1 July 2013

A dispute over the use of helicopters for spraying in Bordeaux has shone an unwelcome light on use of...

Chris Carpenter

Jackson Family's Chris Carpenter works on his first Australian wine

Friday 28 June 2013

Jackson Family Wines winemaker Chris Carpenter is preparing to blend the first wine from the company’s...

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Slurp UK sold after going into administration

Thursday 27 June 2013

Online UK wine retailer Slurp has been bought by family wine merchant SH Jones after a lack of cash...

Lyon gastronomie

France names four Cités de la Gastronomie

Thursday 27 June 2013

France has named Dijon, Lyon, Paris-Rungis and Tours as the country’s first 'Cités de la Gastronomie'.


Fladgate buys Wiese & Krohn

Wednesday 26 June 2013

The Fladgate Partnership, the owner of Taylor's Port, has continued the trend of consolidation in the...


Torres unveils plans for premium Cava

Tuesday 25 June 2013

Major Spanish producer Torres will release a new range of wines – including a 'niche, premium Cava' –...

Bordeaux vineyard

French AOC system marred by 'commerce and politics', say analysts

Tuesday 25 June 2013

The future direction of the appellation controllée (AOC) system in France, which dates back to the...

Kathrin Puff

Making wine in Thailand 'good preparation for climate change'

Monday 24 June 2013

Kathrin Puff, winemaker at the award-winning Siam Winery in Thailand, reckons the unique climate she...

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