Ste. Michelle Wine Estates and Familia Torres have mutually agreed to wind down their US business.
A Spanish high-speed train connecting Madrid to Valladolid is boosting wine tourism to the Castilian vineyards of Rueda and Ribera del Duero.
Tio Pepe En Rama, the limited edition fino Sherry from González Byass, has just turned 10 and to celebrate, the Sherry will be available in Magnums.
The Côtes du Rhône appellation has launched a new marketing strategy. Following its introduction during Wine Paris, it is now rolling out its new positioning across all of its key markets.
Two million bottles of wines and spirit were destroyed by a fire that raged through part of the 15,000 m2 storage facility of Bordeaux negociant, Sovex Grands Châteaux on Tuesday, 16 April.
Australia’s alcohol industry has been accused of using social media influencers to promote their products, without disclosing their sponsorship. The accusations come from VicHealth, a health promotion foundation based in the state of Victoria, Australia.
Nearly eight in every hundred glasses of beer consumed in Germany contains no alcohol. The figure for wine is just six in a thousand. But, according to a new study, this could change.
Masseto, one of Italy’s most celebrated labels, finally has its own winery. Built into the blue clay of the Masseto vineyard, the winery has been created to be as environmentally low impact as possible.
Earlier this year I came across Cider is Wine, a not-for-profit alliance of cider producers that’s hoping to create a new and higher standard category with similar production values to wine.
Robert Joseph, editorial consultant for Meininger’s Wine Business International, has been awarded the Innovation Award by Vinventions, for his contributions to the industry over many years.
Drinkers in Italy's fashion capital of Milan prefer sparkling. The Romans reach for white wine. And in Naples, red wine is preferred. These were some of the findings of the Italian Market – Italians and Wine survey released at Vinitaly this week.
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A deadly and potentially incurable disease that strikes at people with weakened immune systems has quietly emerged. The culprit is a fungus called Candida auris (C.
Pinot Noir New Zealand, the four-yearly celebration of all things Pinot, heads to Christchurch for the first time, in 2021.