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03/03/15

Confusion briefly reigned at the weekend after one of France's leading businessmen and owner of Château Montrose, Martin Bouygues, was erroneously pronounced dead.

03/03/15

The Californian wine offering in the UK has come a long way in the last decade thanks to these trailblazers championing top drops from the Golden State.

03/03/15

The task ahead of me was a two-day tasting marathon of wines with a welter of confusing labels: natural, organic, organic practice and biodynamic. But for Jean Bardet, a semiretired chef with two Michelin stars to his name, there was little confusion about the worthiness of such bottles.

03/03/15

French wine brand, Les Dauphins, hopes to expand consumer's knowledge of the Rhône by launching three new wines promoting three local villages in the Côtes du Rhône region - Puyméras, Visan and St Maurice.

02/27/15

Environmentalists call the Tua River Dam a scar on the Douro Valley; winemakers aren't sure yet

02/27/15

The first growth's managing director went to South America to make wine, but found his own El Dorado back in Bordeaux.

02/26/15

In the unlikely location of the Venice lagoon, an interesting wine renaissance is taking place.

02/26/15

The famous state-owned Riesling estate Kloster Eberbach is trying to overturn an E.U. decision preventing an equity injection.

02/11/15

Planting international grapes in the Douro would be "pure nonsense", according to Bordeaux's Bruno Prats.

01/23/15

Wines Unearthed is a new exhibitor area for this year's London Wine Fair, dedicated to global wine producers seeking U.K. representation. The feature, which has been created in association with JK marketing and The Wine Agency, will be a distinct stand-alone "village" to showcase up to 70 wineries.

01/19/15

Même en retranchant cinq années de guerre, Gilbert Busseret a dû participer à 80 vendanges durant sa longue vie. À 95 ans, il veille toujours sur sa vigne.

01/19/15

Burgundy's share of wine-auction sales rose in 2014 as interest in Bordeaux vintages waned, with the Domaine de la Romanee-Conti estate driving demand, according to U.S. houses Acker Merrall & Condit and Zachy's Wine Auctions Inc.

01/19/15

he deputy head of the State Duma Committee for Economic Policy and Entrepreneurship, Victor Zvagelsky, thinks it is a serious success on the way to a prospering wine sector.

01/19/15

Prices for 2013 vintage Burgundy wines going on sale now are holding stable or declining relative to the peaks reached in 2012 even as supplies remain tight after cold, wet weather reduced yields for the fourth straight year.

01/19/15

Volker Eisele, land preservationist and Napa Valley vintner, died at his home in the Napa Valley on Jan. 2, 2015.

01/14/15

Poor information about Prosecco means consumers care less and less about quality differences between the DOC and DOCG wines, argues Jeremy Parzen.

01/08/15

Rising consumer demand for English and Welsh wine both at home and abroad could see annual sales approach £100m by the end of 2015, according to industry estimates.

01/06/15

Prosecco sales are booming worldwide, but the success of the fizzy favorite could have repercussions for the higher-priced wines.

12/23/14

Chinese buying is underpinning a nascent recovery in Bordeaux wine-estate prices, boosting demand for mid-level vineyards while top properties have rebounded to levels last seen in 2000, according to broker Michael Baynes.

12/23/14

Denizens of Westminster have a penchant for Nebbiolo, while residents of Wandsworth favour Petit Verdot according to a new wine app by Bibendum.

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