Japanese wine consumers have a wide and deep range of buying options. Roddy Ropner explores the major outlets.
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Bordeaux's wine growers are lowering their use of herbicides and pesticides, reports Sophie Kevany.
What does a bottle of wine have in common with opera? The audience needs some help to understand what's going on, says Robert Joseph.
Château Mouton Rothschild have announced that Sotheby’s will auction 75 limited-edition cases containing five different vintages, to raise money for a restoration project at Versailles.
by Hervé Lalau
Exports of French sparkling wines to Belgium have been increasing steadily for the last five years. In 2001, a total of 124,000 hectolitres of French
by Hervé Lalau
At 26 litres per head each year, Belgians are keen on wine and tend to think that stores that select the best are good retailers. As it is difficult
by Bernard Burtschy
The unusually shy Josef Helfrich, founder and managing director of Grands Chais de France, announced recently that his group had formed a
by Michèle Shah
Emilio Pedron from Gruppo Italiano Vini has confirmed that his group has purchased the production facility of Bolla near Soave from Brown-Forman for
by Ana María Barahona
Santa Rita has acquired new viticultural sites in the regions Santa Cruz and Ovalle and plans to plant about 1,700 hectares of vineyards by the
by Victor de la Serna
Spain now has a new geographical designation that covers wines from all parts of the county, Viñedos de España. This new Indicatión Geográfica