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The country that shook the global wine market as a consumer may soon do it again as a producer


There is a high calibre of attendees expected from all across the world of winemaking at this years LWF, all vying for attention to be given to their latest products and projects.


New research has highlighted the unique nature of online wine buyers in the UK, as well as the best-selling source countries.


Chateau Mouton Rothschild has helped to breathe life into a slow burning Bordeaux 2014 en primeur campaign by releasing at a price that several merchants believe offers a good deal to consumers.


Plumpton College has announced the launch of the UK's first wine business honours degree for those seeking a high-level career in the wine trade.


The Wine and Spirit Education Trust has been given one of the UK's highest business awards: The Queen's Award for Enterprise 2015 in International Trade.


Tesco is said to be announcing a number of changes to its wine buying team including bringing back James Davis MW from Greene King and a series of redundancies, according to a report on sister publication Off Licence News.


Wine or Champagne is no longer limited to imbibing; hotels and wineries around the world are giving their guests the chance to customize their own blends.


Biodynamic pioneer and revered winemaker Anne-Claude Leflaive has died.


Vinexpo has confirmed that it has now sold all exhibitor space, as the Bordeaux trade fair announced a number of user-friendly changes to its layout.


Several thousand people from around the world are in Bordeaux this week for the annual spring rite of en primeur, roaming from the Medoc to Graves, from Pomerol to Saint-Emilion to get a first taste of the 2014 vintage.


Large producer gains a quality Douro estate as it shifts focus to premium wines


Activity on UNESCO World Heritage list since November


UK off-trade alcohol prices have slowed to under half of last year's rises since the Government scrapped the alcohol duty calculator (ADE), cut beer duty and froze duty on spirits in the 2014 Budget, finds research from the Wine and Spirit Trade Association (WSTA).


Australia-themed events will hit London in April as part of Wine Australia's "Wonderful Wines of Aus" campaign.


With castles, palaces, the Gothic cathedral and viniculture going back 1,000 years, the region around the central German town of Naumburg has much to offer - but will it be enough to gain UNESCO recognition?


Data Revealed at the First Ever "Anteprima" Event of Umbria's Signature Wine


Plant viruses with the potential to cause widespread damage to the UK's growing wine industry have been identified in England for the first time.


Catalan wine producers in Spain are pushing ahead with a bid to have Priorat recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage site.


Exchange program aims to make winemaking an attractive career to Rhône teenagers.

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