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Mark Wisnovsky, whose family owns Valley View Vineyard, reflects on the power of wine and the value of trade.


Dr. Jim Swan, the noted whisky expert who was best known for his handiwork in advising several new whisky distilleries around the glo[b]e, passed away suddenly yesterday in his home in Edinburgh. He was 75.


Dr Jim Swan, the whisky consultant responsible for helping shape distilleries around the world, has died.


Winemaker Gérard Colin, an early pioneer for Chinese wine, died at the age of 75, on 9th February.


Chilean vintners have emerged as the biggest beneficiary of Japan's booming wine market. Their low-priced, fruit-driven product has found a receptive niche among women in their 40s and 50s, who have helped boost wine consumption to a new record every year since 2012.


With a population of just 120,000 Yanqi in northwestern China could be dismissed as a forgotten outpost of the bygone Silk Road. But this small town is making a comeback, thanks to the organic ambitions of its winemakers.


To no one's surprise, White House officials conceded Friday that the president's hard-fought-for Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade deal would not pass Congress in light of the election of Donald Trump, who campaigned on anti-global trade policies.


Floods, drought, frost and hail cut into world wine production this year across Europe and South America, but the quality of the 2016 vintage shouldn't unduly suffer.


Torrid weather from El Niño in South America to frost and hail in France means that the world will produce millions fewer bottles of wine in 2016, the International Organisation for Vine & Wine has predicted.


Chinese corporation Daohe Wine & Spirits has completed a deal to buy Bordeaux Supérieur estate Domaine de Courteillac as the estate agent involved tells that interest from China-based buyers remains high.


South America, particularly Argentina and Chile, sees biggest decline, a potential worry for fans of wines such as malbec


China has a hunger for Australia's iron ore and coal, but its thirst for Australian wine is proving equally as strong.


In an attempt to create awareness and promote wine industry in the country, a wine information centre has been started in Nashik by Vikrant Holkar.


Sensory information, knowledge, expectation - and showmanship - all influence whether we deem a wine 'good'


Gansu Huangtai Wine-marketing Industry sees 2016 Q1 to Q3 net loss of 108.3 mln yuan


The history of wine dates back to 6000 BC. In Greece, it was celebrated by poets, historians and artists, and the Greek God of Wine, Dionysus, represented both the intoxicating power of wine as well as its social influences and health benefits.


The WBWE on the 21st and 22nd of November 2016 in Amsterdam is expecting about 230 exhibitors and 6.000 visitors / pre-registration is now open


Chinese are traveling abroad in record numbers and those traveling to bring with them disposable income.


Always thinking practically, China believes it's solved the problem of a warming planet that's eventually destroying all of the world's wine. The plan actually went into action last week, when the China National Space Administration blasted a selection of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Pinot Noir vines up into space aboard the new space lab Tiangong-2. The plants will hang out there in zero gravity until October, when Beijing will send up a team of two researchers to observe any genetic changes for the next 30 days.


The World Trade Organization is going to take enforcement action against China for its domestic support programs. China's programs farmers are costing U.S. wheat producers $650 million to $700 million annually, U.S Wheat Associates and the National Association of Wheat Growers say.

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