Bordeaux aims to banish its 'old-fashioned' reputation with the launch of an iPhone App in the autumn.
Nine Sherry bodegas, an industry association and Sherry's Consejo Regulador have been fined for breaching competition rules.
American consumers defied the downturn to buy more wine than ever last year, according to newly released figures.
Wine growers on the Sonoma Coast and in the Russian River Valley face a nail-biting wait to discover if 2010 will be a great vintage �� or ruined by rain.
The Scottish government has retreated from its proposals to set a minimum price on alcoholic drinks.
Bonny Doon Vineyard's Randall Grahm is about to embark on a radical project to make wine from a vineyard grown from grape seeds of uncertain parentage.
Tickets for the Bordeaux first growth masterclass at November's Decanter Fine Wine Encounter have sold out within minutes of going on sale.
Greece's Kir-Yianni and China's Mogao wineries have joined forces to plant the first Xinomavro vines in China
As August approaches, wine regions across France are beginning to assess the quality potential of 2010.
Idaho growers and producers have been given a US$100,000 federal government grant to develop their industry.
Domaine de la Roman��e-Conti owner Aubert de Villaine has spoken of his sadness and dismay following the suicide of the man charged with blackmailing his estate.
California's renowned Bien Nacido Vineyards are releasing their first own label wines this autumn.
Online retailer Naked Wines has been shortlisted for the Orange Innovation Award 2010, part of the National Business Awards.
A man awaiting trial for blackmailing Domaine de la Roman��e-Conti by threatening to poison the estate's vines has been found dead in his prison cell.