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10/14/16

One of Burgundy's biggest producers, the Boisset family, has opened a 'wine lounge' in Vougeot.

10/14/16

Vivino, which claims to be the world's most downloaded wine app, has launched a new wine shopping experience aimed at changing the way the wine industry interacts and sells to its customers.

10/14/16

Plus, U.C. Davis to sell student-made wines, and a Cognac charity auction raises $300,000 with chef Guy Savoy

10/14/16

Some of you may remember a time when you couldn't walk around a supermarket wine department without coming across a bottle of fitou.

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

Belgium's most popular newspaper Het Laatste Nieuws has rated an Algarvian wine as the best from 100 wines from around the world.

10/14/16

The UK's wine makers are gearing up for an "exceptional", high-quality vintage this year, according to an industry body.

10/13/16

The WBWE on the 21st and 22nd of November 2016 in Amsterdam is expecting about 230 exhibitors and 6.000 visitors / pre-registration is now open

10/13/16

Burgundy wine industry representatives say that a lower-than-average harvest in 2016 will result in more expensive wines for many appellations - and they wonder if key markets will accept the price increases.

10/12/16

Spanish winemaker Telmo Rodríguez said the country, in particular the Rioja appellation, has never had "the right debate" over Spanish wines' complexity and diversity, which had led it to be seen as "good value", despite being one of the most complex wine countries in Europe.

10/12/16

Hopes are rising for another strong vintage for English wine, thanks to a warm September and October adding legs to the growing season.

10/12/16

This experiment provided an interesting opportunity to talk about wine tourism while actually being wine tourists. Here is what I think I learned in the process.

10/12/16

Australian officials are ready to begin work on a free-trade deal with the UK, and have recently flown in to begin hammering out the details of a landmark pact, the country's top official in Britain has revealed.

10/12/16

Rioja's ruling body is set to allow the use of more prominent sub-zone, village and vineyard names on labels.

10/07/16

Last month the French wine giant AdVini acquired 51% of Ken Forrester Wines, a major producer in the South African wine industry -- the most recent example of a number of acquisitions over the past few years.

09/23/16

Near this medieval town in southwestern France, the Château Rochebelle and its Grand Cru vines have been producing red wines under the watchful eye of the Faniest family since 1847.

09/09/16

It had an opening price of £1,100 per six or £2,200 per dozen. At that price it is being offered at the same price as the 2012 and 2011 vintages from the estate

09/09/16

The buzz is building for the Marathon du Medoc near Bordeaux in France, where 8,500 runners from 71 countries will face bottlenecks as they ease their pain by chugging on wine along the 26.2-mile route

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