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Sometimes it pays to step off of wine's well-traveled routes. Wall Street Journal wine columnist Will Lyons on why Jura is one region worth the trip


Pesticide use by winemakers is under extra scrutiny in Bordeaux after several school children were briefly hospitalised by suspected exposure to fungicide from a nearby vineyard.


A pair of companies accused of combining to prey on defrauded wine investors and cheat them out of more money have been closed in the public interest by the UK's High Court.


Sicily was still struggling to make a name for itself in the wine world when she came on board. While it is the second largest wine producer in Italy's 20 regions, it was known for its bulk wines as well as Marsala and Madeira -certainly not Chardonnay.


Spain's sparkling wine industry, which exports 160 million bottles a year, plans to lower the minimum level of acidity in the beverage known as cava, partly in response to warmer weather affecting the nature of grapes.


Eastern Europe's wine producing countries have enjoyed their most successful result ever in the International Wine Challenge closely followed by a strong performance from other emerging wine regions.


Sylvie Cazes buys St.-Emilion's Château Chauvin, one of several recent winery purchases


Supermarket Morrisons has decided to pull away from running its own standalone wine retail website and instead combine it with its new general grocery website,


The global success of wines from Tuscany shows no signs of slowing down. Tuscan wine exports grew 46 percent during the period of 2009 to 2013.


Azerbaijan will be exhibiting at this year's London Wine Fair for the first time this next month.


British men enjoy drinking wine at home but avoid ordering it in a pub in case their friends make fun of them, a recent survey has claimed.


With the release of Vieux Château Certan, L'Eglise Clinet and Léoville Poyferré this morning, the end of the Bordeaux 2013 campaign is in sight.


The UK's largest retailer Tesco has had its credit rating downgraded by Standard & Poor following a "greater than anticipated" decline in like-for-like sales and lower profitability.


... after court action dragged on for almost three years.


If 2010 was a year in which the winemakers of Bordeaux basked in a growing season that many now look back on as one of the best the region has ever experienced, 2013 will probably go down as the most difficult.


Consumer spending on eating out has risen in the last quarter, according to the latest Deloitte Consumer Tracker.


On April 10th a British private-equity firm, CVC Capital, won the backing of Deoleo's board after making the highest offer, valuing it at €439m ($607m). But given the controversy over selling to foreigners, two of the four would-be sellers now look like keeping their stakes. CVC will end up owning 30% of Deoleo but will later seek to buy the rest.


Wine consumption in Italy continued to fall in 2013, with the rise of beer and the decline of the family meal blamed by experts


The majority of Britons wrongly believe that wine is healthier than beer, when in fact moderate drinking of any alcohol is the key to good health, according to the Campaign for Real Ale.


Bernard Arnault's Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton (LVMH) luxury group has made its first move in Burgundy, buying Domaine des Lambrays from Ruth Freund for an undisclosed sum. The domaine includes a near monopoly of the climat Clos des Lambrays.

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