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12/10/19

Sangiovese has seduced growers in places like Australia, Argentina and Canada. It's created a footprint in the U.S., too, mainly along the West Coast, but also in Texas. It's searched a bit for its personality and place in the New World, winemaking styles that emphasize zippy, fresh character may finally settle it

12/10/19

Banjaxed by a recent hangover, Sharon Walker takes professional advice on how to enjoy herself without the excruciating morning-after

12/10/19

The guide, produced in English for U.S. and Canadian enthusiasts, is available for pre-order at amazon.com and will be sold during Gambero Rosso's 2020 invitation-only U.S. Tour kicking off February 24 in Miami.

12/10/19

Popularity of VIN DE FRANCE wines grows in U.S.; Supported by Share the Joy of Life campaign

12/10/19

Following the publication of new rules to simplify and clarify wine making practices in the EU in June 2019, the European Commission published the detailed files of the International Organisation of Vine and Wine (OIV) code of oenological practices

12/09/19

Wine collectors will be able to manage their cellars using scores and notes from the world's most renowned wine critics, alongside pricing data from Liv-ex, the global marketplace for the wine trade.

12/09/19

we are using the aggregated weighted critic scores that Wine-Searcher allots to each wine as our guide. We measure this score to four decimal places (even though we only display the rounded, two-digit total), so even wines with the same rounded score are in strict order.

12/09/19

The head of the venerable Tuscan producer talks about climate, Chianti and the importance of family.

12/09/19

The struggle of keeping a multi-generational business alive was poignantly expressed by Jean Frédéric Hugel, representing the Hugel family in Alsace, France, when he described the day he said to his father he wanted to join the business,

12/09/19

Wine is increasingly becoming collateral damage in trade fights between the U.S., the E.U. and China. Consumers pay the price

12/09/19

Auctioneers have unveiled what is believed to be the largest private collection of whisky ever to go on public sale. More than 3,900 bottles of primarily single malt Scotch will be sold by online whisky auction specialists Whisky Auctioneer next year

12/06/19

The majority of drinkers in the US prefer the taste of canned rosé wines to those sold in a bottle, according to a recent study, but producers should proceed with caution if they want to cash in on the latest wine trend.

12/06/19

The Future 50 is a new initiative created by WSET and IWSC in celebration of their joint 50th birthdays to select 50 under 40 future influencers of the global drinks industry.

12/06/19

The 25th IPACK-IMA to be held in the Fiera Milano exhibition centre from 4 to 7 May 2021, further expanding the show's scope and contents.

12/06/19

Personal circumstance rather than our age is a more revealing way to determine what sort of consumer we might be

12/05/19

Our latest obsession is perhaps the most exciting one yet. Eco-friendly wine company, Garçon Wines, has launched a "flat" bottle of wine that'll fit through your letterbox for £13.99.

12/05/19

Beaujolais Nouveau makes and interesting study, if only because it can be, and often is, written off as a fad or a gimmick.

12/05/19

... so is it a Côte d'Or or a Chablis vintage?

12/05/19

It is, as Helen Arnold, explains also the chance for insiders to get a 360-degree vision of what the bulk wine industry has to offer.

12/05/19

Billions have been made by turning functional goods into luxury items, says Robert Joseph. He admits he's a sucker for a Veblen good or two himself

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