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06/09/16

Jane Anson works back from the storming of the Bastille and delves into the world of Bordeaux wine before the French Revolution of 1789.

06/08/16

It may become harder to obtain Loire wines from certain areas after a severe spring frost looks set to significantly dent the region's 2016 harvest, an official report says.

06/07/16

A historic archaeological discovery in south-eastern Georgia's Kvemo Kartli region has provided fresh support for the country's claim of being the birthplace of wine-making.

06/06/16

French police are investigating a possible death threat sent to the home of a Burgundy wine union president, as tension in France grows over the use of pesticides in vineyards.

06/06/16

BY the time you pick up a bottle of wine it has probably travelled hundreds, if not thousands, of miles before arriving at your local shop.

06/06/16

On June 3 at Tbilisi's Rooms Hotel Georgian wine producer GWS made a presentation of its new brand Vismino.

06/06/16

A month on from Conviviality Retail acquiring Bibendum PLB, there still seems to be a state of uncertainty around what a deal of this magnitude could mean for the trade.

06/06/16

Jamie Ritchie has been named as Sotheby's new 'worldwide head of wine' and will oversee all of the house's wine auction and retail businesses.

06/06/16

The pace of Bordeaux wine-price increases announced for the 2015 vintage has quickened over the past week, with top producers now having marked bottles up by about 25 percent on average from 2014, according to data from the London-based online Liv-ex wine market on its website.

06/06/16

Britain's biggest retailers and wine producers are selling millions of bottles of "British wine" fermented from cheap imported grapes from the Continent, the Telegraph can reveal.

06/06/16

Another important recognition for the Croatian winery.

06/06/16

"This year there will be ten events to mark the ten years of the festival, and I think it's going to be the best one yet.'

06/03/16

The Institute of Masters of Wine is to move from its leased offices in London's Fitzrovia to a larger and permanent HQ in Vauxhall in December this year.

06/03/16

The slew of big name releases yesterday saw the en primeur campaign roar back to life but it was too much at once and many wines went begging say merchants.

06/03/16

Chinese authorities have agreed to protect the legal status of nearly 50 Bordeaux wine appellations in what could prove a landmark deal in the country.

06/03/16

Consider the godello grape. Just a few decades ago, it had virtually disappeared from Spain. But a concerted effort by a small number of growers not only saved godello but also inspired wine producers all over the northwestern part of the country to see what they could do with it. Results have been exceptionally promising, and the change has been rapid.

06/02/16

There's more than just wine in Bordeaux's new cathedral to the vinous arts, as Sophie Kevany discovers.

06/02/16

Château Latour owner Francois Pinault has re-named his company's Araujo Estate in California three years after buying it.

06/02/16

For the 2014-2015 season, Bordeaux's football club Les Girondins gave a nod to the city's main activity by designing a Maillot Grand Cru for their home kit.

06/02/16

Moët Hennessy's new Chinese wine was 'a logistical nightmare' and far more expensive to produce than anything else in the group's wine portfolio, including Château d'Yquem.

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