French drinks giant Pernod Ricard has denied that its wine division is up for sale, maintaining that the company is 'very happy' with its performance.
The first tastings of several rare grape varieties are taking place this week at the Grape Conservatory in Saint Mont, southwest France.
One third of Italyâs vines should be replanted or pulled out because they are making unmarketable wines, Marchese Piero Antinori says.
A Georgian archbishop has been awarded the Masi International Wine Prize for his services to the country's wine industry.
Much-needed rain arrived in Bordeaux this week, although winemakers played down its importance to the 2010 harvest.
The second vintage of the world's most expensive Pinotage has been launched this week.
Prosecco producer Bisol will pick the first commercial vintage at its property in the Venetian lagoon this week.
A massive collection of Chateau Lafite dating back to 1869 comes under the hammer at Sothebyâs Hong Kong next month.
Lisa McGovern, the regional director of Wine Australia for the UK, Ireland and Europe, has resigned.
On 9 August we published an article entitled 'Nine sherry bodegas fined â¬7m for breaching competition rules'. We would like to correct certain misleading statements in the story.
Over 1000 mourners attended the funeral of Thierry Manoncourt of Chateau Figeac, who has died aged 92.
If Bordeaux does not have rain by 10 September, top consultant Jacques Boissenot may advise clients to pick at less than full phenolic maturity â" causing a risk of greenness in the wines.
Australian winemakers have been banned from using the words Champagne, Port and Sherry on their labels under a major EU deal.
Nine new Masters of Wine have been announced today, including three Decanter World Wine Awards judges and one DWWA regional chair.