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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.

10/17/16

Naked Wines has warned its investor-consumers that prices will rise in the aftermath of Brexit, amid a weak sterling and growing unease Britain's EU exit strategy.

10/17/16

As Brexit and the drop in the value of the pound takes it's toll on Tesco, what's next for retailers?

10/17/16

Two gold and five silver medals: The German Winegrowers' Association announces this year's prizewinners

10/17/16

A lack of familiarity with and interest in wine among young staff is presenting a challenge to the on-trade, said panellists at the recent Drinks Roadshow in Bristol

10/17/16

Strong sales of Cono Sur and Casillero del Diablo helped boost UK sales of Concha Y Toro UK, the company has reported - but operating profits fell 6.6%.

10/17/16

Italian authorities are investigating after illegal immigrants were discovered working 15-hour days on Sting's 900-acre Tuscan wine estate for as little as €4 an hour.

10/17/16

Sting has said he is "saddened and distressed" amid reports that illegal migrants were discovered working on his luxury wine-producing Italian estate.

10/17/16

What's light, natural, and fizzy all over? That's right, we're talking Pétillant Naturel, or Pét-Nat, for short.

10/14/16

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.

10/14/16

Named Barullo, a word used to describe somebody or something making a noise or racket, the event will be held from 25 to 28 October at JJ Studios in Hoxton with trade-only sessions during the daytime on 25 and 26 and for consumers in the evenings from 25 to 28 October.

10/14/16

Gordon Ramsay, Martin Blunos, Nuno Mendes, all those Michelin-starred celebrity chefs and their restaurants have been part of Romaine Audrerie's amazing career journey.

10/14/16

The town of Caldari di Ortona in Abruzzo has installed a free, 24-hour wine fountain.

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