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The School of Wine & Spirits Business (SWSB) team is stronger than ever with the arrival of Roberta Crouch from the University of Adelaide (Australia). She is the new director of the MSc in Wine Business.


Are Bordeaux's sweet wines facing a terminal decline? James Lawrence searches for reasons to be cheerful.


A Golan Heights winery has openly defied new EU guidelines on the labelling of settlement products by printing the Israeli flag on the caps of bottles destined for export.


Vandals have destroyed a plot of rare Bordeaux vines intended for a €3,000 wine by cutting 500 vine plants down to the root.


The winemakers of Sicily's Etna region brave hail, rain, snow and an active volcano. But the risks have been outweighed by the rewards; their wines are some of the most interesting being produced in Italy


Italian wine expert Tom Hyland looks beyond Barolo to find remarkable value in Piedmont.


Italy's winemakers will raise volume by 10 percent to 48.9 million hectoliters this year, equivalent to about 6.5 billion bottles, to overtake France, the International Organisation of Vine and Wine estimates. French wine output will increase 1.2 percent to 47.4 million hectoliters, according to data from the group, known by its acronym OIV.


Port houses and table wine producers are bullish after a near-perfect growing season.


VINIV, the only company that lets wine enthusiasts work alongside elite Bordeaux winemakers to produce their own premium barrels using vineyards from the region's most coveted appellations, has added Pomerol to its roster.


Students mark the restoration of their country with an unprecedented wine.


This group of friends-who want to remain faceless and anonymous-have been making French natural wine since 2013. Like the original punks of the 70s, their aim is to bring anarchy-this time to France's sometimes elitist wine industry.


The famous auction sets new records, despite offering fewer lots.


Winemakers in the Rhone are increasingly confident that the 2015 vintage is set to be one of the best in years, despite the Grenache crop being described by one producer as 'a game of nerves'.


While well on their way to becoming mainstream in some markets of Western Europe and North America, Greek wines are still an exotic commodity in much of Asia, although they are gaining ground.


After several false starts, Amazon France has started selling over 34,000 food and alcohol products, in a direct challenge to the power of French supermarkets.


Already stocked at venues in the US including the Ritz Carlton and Four Seasons hotel, Canyon Road will be available exclusively to the UK on-trade from this summer and promises to give "style-conscious consumers" a premium wine that "over delivers on price".


Simon Stockton has been named as the UK's Champagne ambassador for 2015 and will now go on to represent the UK at the European final.


Excitement over the 2015 vintage is building in Champagne as the harvest comes to an end, with one producer confident of an "outstanding" vintage.


The vast majority of British wine drinkers have little or no brand loyalty and frequently switch brands, according to the Wine and Spirit Trade Association (WSTA).


"Breaky Bottom" and "Camel Valley" may sound like craft cider monikers but they're not. They're English sparkling wines-and award-winning English sparkling wines at that.

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