It’s still too soon to know if the wildfires that scorched the California wine country at the beginning of the week devastated one of the most famous and most important wine regions in the world.
This year’s Bordeaux harvest has been challenging.
Vintage 2017 is taking place around Europe, including in Italy, where harvest began in Sicily during the last week of July.
The San Francisco Chronicle moves into wine tourism
The winners of the world’s biggest and most prestigious Riesling competition were announced today, in a ceremony at Meininger Verlag in Neustadt an der Weinstrasse, Ger
Fortant de France, a winery based in the south of France, launched a vegan range of wines at Vinexpo this week.
The volume of wine imports to Russia may significantly decline already this year, due to the decision of the Russian government to raise the excise tax for wines with protected geographical status and protected designation of origin.
The Comité Champagne (CIVC) has lost its long-running trademark dispute against Australian wine writer, educator and sparkling wine specialist Jayne Powell. Powell’s moniker “Champagne Jayne” is now a registered trademark.
Will Lidl shake up the US grocery store wine business when it opens its first stores on the East Coast next month?
“Are you going to Helsinki?” was apparently a popular question among the winemakers and cellar masters in Champagne in the last few weeks, leading up to Grand Champagne Helsinki, from 11 to 13 May.
The Russian government plans to abolish duties on imported Champagne and other sparkling wines during 2017 and 2018, through the period when Russia will be hosting both the 2017 FIFA Confederation Cup and the 2018 FIFA World Cup.