UK wine agency Hatch Mansfield has committed to a clean water project in the Northern region of Uganda as its 2019 carbon offset program.
Willi Klinger, the head of the Austrian Wine Marketing Board (AWB), launched a comprehensive history of Austrian wine during this year’s Austrian Wine Summit.
Boisset Collection has released a wine to commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day, which falls on 6 June 2019. The wine, called 6.6.44, is a blend of red grapes from California and France.
French company Castel is launching a crémant that will honour the history of Bordeaux sparkling wine.
The Australian Women in Wine Awards (AWIWA) and Wine Australia will jointly host the 2019 awards in New York
Spanish police have arrested four people in Galicia, Spain, in connection with a major wine fraud operation. It involves the production of at least two million bottles of fake Spanish wine.
Robert Parker, the 71-year-old American critic who helped define modern wine criticism, has retired from The Wine Advocate.
A 30% drop in the number of exhibitors and visitors at Vinexpo Bordeaux 2019 has prompted soul searching from Vinexpo.
Brexit it’s not, but glyphosate and broader environmental issues have, in their own way, become toxic for France’s government. After a failed attempt last year to ban the weed killer, the country’s president was accused of broken promises.
José Rallo, CEO of Donnafugata winery in Sicily, has a new role: wowing music lovers at the Parthenon in Athens. She will be performing a food and song matching – and proving that wine can take you anywhere.
Australian winemaker Penfolds has joined family-owned Champagne house Thiénot to create three Champagnes from the 2012 vintage. The wines are a cross-country collaboration, created to celebrate Penfolds' 175th anniversary.
The rest of the wine business in the US may be lamenting flat sales, but not in Westeros. The 2019 release of the Game of Thrones wine sold out within days across the country – if not sooner.
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