Dom Perignon has launched its 2002 RosÃ© â" a wine produced in conditions described by chef de cave Richard Geoffroy this week as âunexpectedly perfect.â
New Zealand is 'firing the first shots' in a push to boost wine sales in China in a collaboration between government and New Zealand Winegrowers.
UK market conditions continue to be tough as consumers 'tighten their belts and shop around for value', the Wine and Spirits Trade Association has warned as it releases its latest market report.
The city of Libourne in Bordeaux, and Pu'er, a tea producing region of China, have signed a trade agreement to promote each other's products.
Police are hunting a gang of intruders after a multi-millionaire former California winery owner was found dead in his luxury mansion in Silicon Valley.
The client database of Vinance plc, which went into administration last month, has been bought by Albany Vintners.
Vandals have destroyed thousands of litres of ageing Brunello in the cellars of cult producer Gianfranco Soldera.
The French are drinking less wine on a regular basis than ever before, a new survey has found.
The Bordeaux government is launching a new initiative to match young winemakers looking to buy their first estate with properties owned by older winemakers approaching retirement.
Accolade Wines is searching for a new CEO after announcing the abrupt exit of Troy Christensen.
Napa County's wine industry accounts for one out of every three dollars spent on wine in the US, and may be worth more than US$50bn to the US economy, a comprehensive new report says.
As reported on Decanter.com in September 2012, Saint Emilion's Chateau Bellefont-Belcier has now confirmed its sale to a Chinese industrialist, bringing the total of Bordeaux vineland sold to Chinese investors to 440 hectares this year alone.
Scotlandâs plans to introduce minimum pricing for alcohol are in tatters after opposition politicians defeated the proposal at the committee stage.
Sothebyâs has gone into the retail wine business in New York City.