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


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


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.


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


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.


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


Vinexpo's next instalment in Bordeaux in June 2015 will include a number of new features, including an entire repositioning of the exhibition site.


The 2011 vintage has heightened interest in fine Ports, but along with vintage there are fine old Tawnies, Colheitas and White Ports to discover.


Wines from Portugal's Douro Valley claimed three of the top four places in Wine Spectator's 2014 top 100 ranking - including the No. 1 spot awarded to Dow's 2011 Vintage Port.


Bordeaux producers have only "one more vintage to get it right" in terms of pricing and reviving demand, according to Simon Berry of Berry Bros. & Rudd.


A family wine estate in the Cote Rotie appellation of the norhern Rhone has had 1,800 bottles of wine worth tens of thousands of euros stolen from its cellars.


Michel Chapoutier says that the Rhône's cooler 2014 vintage is particularly good to show the individuality of each appellation.


High profile restaurateur Marlon Abela has taken a majority ownership interest in wine merchant OW Loeb.


Plans for a high-speed train risks "vandalizing" top Bordeaux vineyards and causing irreparable damage to the "peculiar microclimate" of Sauternes, according to French winemakers.


A wine list composed entirely of wines made by women has been launched at a London restaurant.


The UK wine market has split into two distinct tiers of consumers: those who splash out and those who are drawn to deep discounts, according to a new report.


Champagne prices in UK supermarkets are in free fall as the major supermarkets compete for market share using French fizz as their weapon of choice.


Bars and restaurants are heralding a bumper festive season, with bookings so far 5-10% ahead of last year.


Spanish wines are the fastest growing in the UK on-trade - listings are up 25% in the last year - at the expense of French wines, whose listings have fallen by 11%.


Jane Anson provides her analysis of the Bordeaux Cru Bourgeois classification and warns that prices may head upwards.

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