A glass of Bordeaux has never looked this tempting and, indeed, so contemporary. Good design is only part of the reason of course.
Renowned for its prestigious champagnes, fans of the label can step into its new cellars to view Bollinger’s own vintage wine collection.
The world’s largest wine trade fair has released more information on Vinexpo Japan’s second run, slated to be held in November.
A bottle of Hermitage La Chappelle 1961 has sold for 13,320 euros, costing more than the world-famous Grand Cru Domaine de la Romanee-Conti 2009.
Wine lovers and exporters around the Pacific Rim celebrate the slashing of red tape on shipments in the region. Of course, all wines benefit, not just red.
The banner year enjoyed by Bordeaux winegrowers in 2015 will allow the most prestigious chateaux to hike their prices by some 60 percent.
The UK awards releases this year’s winners – with a few interesting surprises.
A Chateau d’Yquem 1896, Pedro Ximenez 1899 and Porto 189 are among the exquisite vintages in a collection creating a buzz in the wine world.
The founder and creator of the social wine and spirits app shares his insight on creating the start-up and reveals his personal favorites.
The French city opens its doors to wine lovers this June with the new centre and a wine festival.
The three-day wine trade show reveals new findings about South Korea, Taiwan and Hong Kong.
The country is predicted to be the biggest tipplers of bubbly, according to this insightful study by Vinexpo.
The wine trade event in Hong Kong reveals some pretty surprising statistics about alcohol preference in Singapore.
Perhaps only once in a generation does a critic emerge who changes the standards of the very subject he commented on. Robert Parker was such a critic.
Led by a boom in prosecco sales, exports of all forms of Italian wine hit a record $6.2 billion last year. Jack Ma says China awaits…
A new study on climate change may overturn the whole structure of the wine market, especially in regions like France
The Napa Valley wine trailblazer dies at 101, leaving the business in the hands of his two sons, Marc and Peter Jr.
The device being shown by 10-Vins at the CES borrows the idea from the single-dose coffee machines such as Nestle’s Nespresso and US-based Keurig.
The iSommelier carafe operates with a smartphone app to reduce decanting time. it will aerate your wine, soften its tannins and enhance its aromas.
Lonely Planet’s “Wine Trails: 52 Perfect Weekends in Wine” retails for $24.99 and will be released October 20.