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04/20/17

The New Trade Portal -- www.RiojaTrade.com - is Designed to Significantly Enhance the Wine Region's Ability to Connect with Industry Experts, Retailers, Service Professionals and more.

04/11/17

Âme du Vin (Ahm-du-VAHN), meaning "Soul of the Wine," references the celebrated poem of the same name by 19th century French poet Charles de Baudelaire. A 70/30 Garnache/Cinsault blend, it is grown and produced at the sustainably farmed Caves du Commandeur estate near the historic Provençale village of Montfort-sur-Argens.

04/05/17

The châteaux are delighted with the quality of the wine, but the critics are taking a wait-and-see approach.

04/04/17

The fifth growth has swapped one family for another, Margaret Rand reports.

02/17/17

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.

02/16/17

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

02/08/17

On the same day I read about a wine trade war brewing between the United States and neighboring British Columbia , I also discovered the inclusivity of LaWinetech.

02/06/17

"We are delighted to see some of the major generic bodies back on board ..."

02/02/17

Louis-Fabrice Latour talks to Adam Lechmere about the joys of working close to home.

01/20/17

All is not well between two regions producing the venerable méthode ancestrale style of sparkling wines.

01/20/17

Also in Unfiltered, British pop-reggae band UB40 makes Red Red Wine, and an unusual solution to a very cold ice-wine problem in Canada

01/16/17

There is, in my opinion, no French region with a more consistent or more attractive co-operative wine offer than Alsace

12/22/16

Following the shock outcomes from events like Brexit and the U.S. election, concerns over a rise in protectionist measures is putting businesses around the globe on edge. However, while this risk factor is set to cause a stir in 2017, winemakers and merchants believe trade in this industry will continue, despite the anti-globalization rhetoric emerging.

12/22/16

The villages of Suze-la-Rousse, Ste.-Cécile and Vaison-la-Romaine have all been elevated

12/21/16

Cool-climate wines from Northern France have seen strong export growth in the last year, despite a smaller than average harvest.

12/09/16

Ideal weather conditions at the end of harvest season put a smile back on the faces of the Loire winegrowers, who had to deal with a complex array of weather patterns throughout the year. But this vintage is set to be flavorsome and fruit-driven, with good balance and ample availability to supply market needs. See below for a description of each grape's harvests.

12/07/16

Ideal weather conditions at the end of harvest season put a smile back on the faces of the Loire winegrowers, who had to deal with a complex array of weather patterns throughout the year. But this vintage is set to be flavorsome and fruit-driven, with good balance and ample availability to supply market needs. See below for a description of each grape's harvests.

12/02/16

Global warming has helped wine production in France-but that will change

11/29/16

The dominance of Champagne is being challenged by fizz made by producers from up-and-coming regions such as England, Italy and Tasmania. Lucy Shaw takes stock of the producers that are energising the market.

11/29/16

Philippe Bascaules is going home again. After five vintages as chief winemaker at Napa Valley's historic Inglenook winery, Bascaules was named in October to become managing director of Château Margaux, one of Bordeaux's top five wineries.

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