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10/21/16

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.

10/21/16

The cream of the Spanish wine industry turned out in force on Monday for the International Wine Challenge's (IWC) inaugural Spanish Wine Merchant awards, with over 200 guests attending the awards dinner in the surrounds of one of Madrid's most famous buildings, Casino de Madrid.

10/21/16

Scotland's highest court has ruled in favour of government plans to set a minimum price on wine, beer and spirits.

10/21/16

A steep slope harvester and a filtration system took the top awards in the scheme which recognises technical innovations that can benefit winemakers, viticulturalists and wineries across the world.

10/21/16

Romania's wine production has increased by 37% this year to 4.8 million hectoliters, after two years of consecutive declines, according to estimates of the International Organization of Vine and Wine (OIV).

10/20/16

A few weeks ago, we brought you the exciting news that Hello Kitty had launched a series of wine - and that they were available to buy in the UK. Kitty fans everywhere (on Twitter) went mad for it.

10/20/16

Pernod Ricard SA, the world's second-largest distiller, reported sales growth that beat estimates as demand for Jameson Irish whiskey surged in the U.S.

10/20/16

Wine imported into the UK from EU countries is expected to increase by as much as 29p a bottle due to the continued devaluation of the pound, the Wine and Spirits Trade Association has warned.

10/20/16

Philippe Bascaules is to succeed the late Paul Pontallier as managing director of the First Growth estate.

10/20/16

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

10/20/16

A leading Spanish brewery, a French wine company and New South Wales winemakers have announced new partnerships and takeovers this week in the hope of extending their reach to key international markets.

10/19/16

French firm AdVini, owner of a dozen wineries including Domaine Laroche in Chablis, expands to the Côte d'Or

10/19/16

In a blow to journalists, if no other group, it has been announced that wine prices are going to increase in Britain as a result of Brexit.

10/19/16

Leading wine authority, Steven Spurrier, who grows Champagne grapes in Dorset, told db yesterday that he was angry about claims that this year's harvest in the UK is "fantastic".

10/19/16

Restaurant critic Jay Rayner has slammed the "bollocks spouted by wine connoisseurs," suggesting diners should ignore them and buy "the cheapest wine on the list".

10/19/16

The 2016 vintage has not been an easy one, in Beaujolais as elsewhere in France. The fickle weather in spring created difficult conditions for the winegrowers, demanding permanent vigilance and reinforced presence in the vines. Some producers even saw part of their harvest wiped by the hailstorms that swept Beaujolais in the second quarter.

10/18/16

When you open a bottle of wine and don't finish it (rare, we know) there's always that annoying issue about the cork not fitting back in.

10/17/16

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

10/17/16

When it comes to wine, the drink responsible for an uncomfortably large proportion of my monthly spending, I don't have to worry too much about presentation.

10/17/16

Andrew Jefford travels to Catalonia to discover how the new category of Cava de Paraje will work.

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