New York anticipates a larger and much earlier harvest this year than it had in 2009.
The Canadian harvest started today in Ontario's Niagara region, the earliest commercial picking there in more than 20 years.
Sweetness codes could be a feature of every bottle of Alsace wine if the new president of the Alsace trade council has his way.
France's Languedoc region claims a new grand cru and grand vin system will ��simplify' life for its consumers.
The red wine sealed in high street retailer Marks & Spencer's new cup-a-wine range has struck gold at the 2010 Decanter World Wine Awards.
Decanter readers will have the chance to meet top Piedmont producers at a rare London tasting.
Drinks giant Constellation insists its retention of the Amberley Estate brand name after selling off the assets does not set a precedent for future divestments.
A sparkling Riesling from New York's Finger Lakes region has taken the top prize at the 25th New York Wine & Food Classic competition.
Wine producers in Western Australia's Margaret River have united in their call for plans for a coal mine in the area to be scrapped.
A new service called Vignerons a la Maison has launched in France, offering consumers the opportunity to have a winemaker come to their house, and hold a tasting of their wines.
The founder of Great Western Wines has revealed why he sold his business to London importer Enotria.
Car owners could soon be filling up their tanks with a new whisky-derived fuel, according to scientists at a Scottish University.
UK importer Enotria has acquired wine supplier Great Western Wine.
Vodka might be considered Poland's national drink but the Poles would rather drink wine today, according to a new survey seen by decanter.com.