Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt will be releasing their first bottles of wine next month, produced from their sprawling French estate in the south of France.
Jeff Koons has become the latest in a long line of illustrious artists to produce a label for the equally celebrated wine of Chateau Mouton Rothschild.
Chateau d’Yquem won’t sell this year’s vintage of its Sauternes sweet wine after rain diluted the quality of the grapes at harvest.
Spanish chef Ferran Adrià will be selling off the contents of the wine cellar from his now-shuttered Catalan restaurant El Bulli next spring.
A fifth-generation family member of the Louis Vuitton dynasty has launched a wine in Hong Kong developed specifically to cater to the Asian palate.
The owner of Château Fombrauge, Bernard Magrez, chose to present the 2008 magnum special edition in an original Stradivarius case.
LVMH has released a coffee table book that gives readers a behind-the-scenes glimpse at the estates that produce its world famous wines and bubbly.
Editors of Wine Enthusiast magazine have released their picks for the top 100 wines that should head straight to the cellar for storage.
Wine Grapes: A Complete Guide to 1,368 Vine Varieties, Including Their Origins and Flavours.
An apartment building in Tokyo has been designed especially for wine lovers, complete with an on-site sommelier, ground-floor wine bar and bistro.
London-based wine writer Jamie Goode’s wineanorak.com musings snagged the title of Best Overall Wine Blog at the 2012 Wine Blog Awards.
Chandon has released a limited-edition bottle of patriotic sparkling wine in time for the London Olympics decked out in red, white and blue stripes.
Christie’s launches its first online-exclusive sale for a global collecting category with Signature Cellars, an auction of fine and rare wines.
Australian winery Penfolds has released a dozen 750ml “ampoules” of the rare 2004 Kalimna Block 42 Cabernet Sauvignon wine, priced at $168000 per bottle.
In a sign of the wine times, one of the world’s most authoritative wine publications, Decanter, said it plans to launch a Chinese version of its website.
The Baccarat glass, with a wide flat base and a vertical chimney, will prevent the alcohol from overpowering the aroma of wine when the glass is swirled.
A bottle of French wine dating back to 1774 and dubbed “the wine of kings and the king of wines” fetched $49,200 at auction in Geneva on Tuesday.
While China is drinking more and more wine each year it appears also that consumers are drinking more and more of the same type of wine.
Champagne maker Moët-Hennessy has invested in a vineyard in the mountains of China that will produce red wine for the domestic Chinese market.
World consumption of wine increased slightly in 2011 thanks to added consumers in the U.S. and China.