As a national heatwave loosened its grip for a few hours Friday morning, the Bordeaux and Bordeaux Supérieur wine producers’ syndicate unanimously approved the use of seven new grape varieties.
Dr Volker Wissing, minister of the Rhineland Pfalz region of Germany, along with publishers Meininger Verlag, honoured some of the world’s best Rieslings, in an award ceremony held in Neustadt an der Weinstrasse.
Casella Family Brands, the producer of the blockbuster Yellow Tail brand, has been approached by private equity groups seeking to buy it.
Bellavista from Franciacorta has been named Official Sparkling Wine Partner of the World’s 50 Best Restaurants Award.
Wine2wine, the wine industry forum that takes place in Verona each November, is currently looking for speakers to add to its line-up.
iDealwine, an online French wine auctioneer, has taken wine authentication one step further, and created a wine verification tool to improve the traceability of fine wines.
For those who might not have heard, infused water is a thing. And now it’s a wine thing. Israeli company Wine Water Ltd.
Chris Yorke is to succeed Willi Klinger as managing director of the Austrian Wine Marketing Board (AWMB)
UK wine agency Hatch Mansfield has committed to a clean water project in the Northern region of Uganda as its 2019 carbon offset program.
The Symington family have launched the first wines from their new project at Quinta da Fonte Souto in the Portalegre sub-region of the Alentejo in southern Portugal.
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 in September, as a preface to the Aussie Wine Month campaign in the USA.
Ste. Michelle Wine Estates, headquartered in Washington State, has renewed its distribution agreement with Italy’s Marchesi Antinori.