Meet Virginie Routis, the woman in charge of the wine cellars at the Elysee Palace and its 14,000 bottles of some of the finest wine in France.
French customs inspectors carefully track wine produced by France’s tens of thousands of vineyards to make sure drinkers are getting what they are paying for.
This year’s edition of Vinexpo Tokyo shifts the spotlight to winemakers of Moldova, Romania, Austria and Switzerland.
Wine lovers in Singapore can now get their favorite bottles delivered right to their door step within a hour, thanks to Epicurio.
Moët & Chandon brings out some of its finest vintages to create an ultra premium cuvée called the MCIII Brut 001.14.
With the SINGAPORE RENDEZVOUS underway, we check out the Epicurio Wine Fair that will certainly be of interest to wine lovers.
Wine lovers with a taste for fancy decanters and very deep pockets can now pick up a bottle of a rare Australian vintage for $142,000.
One town in Italy is treating visitors to a wine fountain that will make for a nice preview of what the region has to offer.
This year’s SIAL Paris international food fair promises the debut of innovative wines, which exchange their alcohol content for stevia and 24k gold leaf flakes.
Chinese wine-tasters won an important blind tasting test, identifying six bottles of red wine and six bottles of white wine by taste and nose alone.
To mark the 300th anniversary of Italy’s Chianti Classico heritage, winemakers announced plans to launch a bid for UNESCO recognition as a World Heritage Site.
The winemakers of Chianti knew they were on to something good when rivals started copying them.
The wine harvest has kicked off in France and experts predict smaller-than-normal yields but “great quality.”
By choosing Georgia instead of France, Italy, Spain or Australia, organizers are returning to what some experts have described as the birthplace of winemaking.
The Duval-Leroy champagne house is celebrating the upcoming harvest with day-long immersion experiences including tastings and a look behind the scenes.
Storms that hit France in April will push wine production down almost 10 percent this year, with the Champagne region being one of the hardest hit.
A fresh spirits’ industry report notes that cider, premium tequila and American whiskey enjoyed a spike in popularity in 2015.
Deep into the weekend, we’re recapping our tour of five vineyards in France and the California.
The journey to find the finest wine can take us to numerous locations and today we visit the Ridge Vineyards in California to find out what it has in store.
We visit another French vineyard, Château La Coste in Provence to find out what makes this the perfect place to sample some of the country’s finest wine.