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06/17/16

The upcoming Bordeaux Wine Festival-Fête le Vin 2016 (June 23-26)-differs from other high profile wine events in this region (such as Vinexpo, or the annual "en primeur" tastings) because it will take place along a public waterfront, and is intended for all to enjoy. Representatives from dozens of wine châteaux will pour sips of their beloved nectar to the public along a strip of the Garonne riverfront a mile and a quarter long.

06/17/16

Talented Italian vintner made benchmark wines at Marcarini before starting his own Piedmont estate

06/14/16

The Economic Partnership Agreement between the EU and the Southern African Customs Union, which includes Namibia, Lesotho, Swaziland and Botswana, means South Africa can export 110 million liters (29 million gallons) of duty-free wine, up from the current 48 million liters, Wines of South Africa said in an e-mailed statement. The EU region accounts for 75 percent of the nation's annual offshore wine sales, valued at 5 billion rand ($330 million).

06/11/16

Andrew Jefford reveals a strange truth behind French wine's key concept...

06/11/16

Sir Brian McGrath MW, a long-standing member of the trade and private secretary to the Duke of Edinburgh, has died aged 90.

06/11/16

Fine wine prices could rise 'across the board' if the UK votes to leave the European Union later this month, according to one leading wine merchant.

06/11/16

Chinese billionaire Jack Ma has purchased two vineyards in the famed Bordeaux winegrowing region in France - the Chateau Guerry and the Chateau Perenne - for nearly 12 million euros ($13.56 million), the Agence France-Presse reports.

06/10/16

New and emerging technologies are allowing vineyard growers to increase efficiency, yield, fruit quality, or a combination of these, last month's International Cool Climate Wine Symposium in Brighton heard.

06/10/16

ASDA in Swansea and Llanelli is stocking up its shelves ready for a buying frenzy on one of its wines.

06/10/16

A new and younger tribe of wine lovers has found an appetite for buying wine at auction, according to Sotheby's new worldwide head of wine, Jamie Ritchie.

06/10/16

La Moneda Reserva Malbec from Central Valley in Chile (2015) was awarded best in show in the best single-varietal red under £15 at this year's Decanter World Wine Awards

06/10/16

"That's how we passed from blood, to spirits, to wine." Were a wine lover to hear this out of context, they might recoil in horror at the merest association between the two. For Luv Valecha and his two friends and colleagues, Aurore Ceyrolle and Hugo Gradel, the link is critical.

06/10/16

Harpers columnist Guy Woodward used his column in this month's magazine to challenge the wine industry to be more inclusive and encouraging of female career development in all areas of the wine trade because ultimately it is good for business.

06/09/16

A neolithic site throws up evidence of winemaking going back to the earliest days of civilization.

06/09/16

Why are there are no Amazon reviews for wine?

06/09/16

It may become harder to obtain Loire wines from certain areas after a severe spring frost looks set to significantly dent the region's 2016 harvest, an official report says.

06/09/16

Britain's biggest wine retailer is to increase pay for its store managers in an attempt to prevent one in four of them leaving the business each year.

06/09/16

Jane Anson works back from the storming of the Bastille and delves into the world of Bordeaux wine before the French Revolution of 1789.

06/08/16

It may become harder to obtain Loire wines from certain areas after a severe spring frost looks set to significantly dent the region's 2016 harvest, an official report says.

06/07/16

A historic archaeological discovery in south-eastern Georgia's Kvemo Kartli region has provided fresh support for the country's claim of being the birthplace of wine-making.

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