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06/01/16

The name of the winner of the Crus Bourgeois du Médoc Cup has just been announced

06/01/16

Bottlebooks' Jonathan Harclerode joined a panel of e-business wine experts at the ICCWS last week to discuss how to make collecting and sharing wine data more efficient.

06/01/16

This is the unromantic side of winemaking in the region of Castile-La Mancha, which accounts for half of Spain's wine production. Most of it is sold in bulk and transported abroad, where it can be mixed with other wines and even re-exported.

06/01/16

The frequently voiced question "who will be the new Robert Parker?" is as revealing as it's misplaced.

06/01/16

Production of English wine is flourishing, with 37 new wine producers and vineyards opening in the last year, according to accountancy group UHY Hacker Young.

05/31/16

Study shows surge in new vineyards in England with 37 new winemakers licensed by HMRC in 2015

05/31/16

France was left counting the cost after violent storms caused damage across the country at the weekend and on Monday more weather warnings were issued for the north of the country.

05/31/16

The wine industry in Wales is fizzing

05/31/16

Many English sparkling wines are undervalued compared to their Champagne equivalents, Stephen Skelton MW has told an international audience of 600 wine producers, buyers, marketers and media.

05/31/16

Pressure is building on the Department of Health to revise controversial guidelines limiting alcohol consumption to 14 units after it was revealed that anti-alcohol lobbyists played a large role in setting them.

05/31/16

For many, winemaking conjures up images of rolling vineyards, oak barrels and cavernous cellars.

05/31/16

Manchester City Football Club fans may be tempted to put down their warm pints of beer and pick up a glass of shiraz after winemaker Wolf Blass inked a multi-year marketing partnership with the famous Premier League team to gain access to its huge fan base throughout Asia, Middle East, Africa and Mexico.

05/31/16

Severe weather, including hailstorms, caused serious damage at the weekend in some French wine-producing regions, notably Cognac where up to 8 percent of the vineyard has been badly damaged, producers said on Monday.

05/27/16

With just days to go before its grand opening, we take a peek inside Bordeaux's futuristic €81m (£58m) Cité du Vin centre.

05/26/16

The "Judgment of Paris" changed the wine world forever.

05/26/16

Gustavo Gonzalez, co-founder and winemaker of Mira Winery in Napa Valley, California, offers insights into the famous blind tasting and its legacy.

05/26/16

A Shropshire vineyard is feeling on top of the world after winning big in a major competition.

05/26/16

La Cité du Vin (City of Wine) located on the banks of the Garonne river in Bordeaux, France is split over 10 levels in a museum-themed fashion aiming to welcome close to 450,000 visitors every year.

05/19/16

It is known as its country's "breadbasket" and could even be called "cork central," but Alentejo is also the largest wine region in Portugal. We are talking about a huge area here - roughly one-third of the country's entire landmass.

05/18/16

"Asians are ferocious learners of anything they set their heart to. When they do jump on something, like wine, they do so en masse," says Mandy Chan, partner of fine wine importing company Ginsberg & Chan. For Chan, Burgundy now makes up 40% of total sales and they carry nearly 1,000 different Burgundy wines on their list.

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