Bruce Tyrrell’s family has been planting vines in the Hunter Valley since 1879, taking advantage of the region’s humid summer climate and high cloud cover to produce the kind of gloriously rich wine that is celebrated from New York to Tokyo and today increasingly Beijing.
With a new leader at the helm, this year’s London Wine Fair is set to offer guests and exhibitors lots of exciting changes. Edith Hancock spoke to event director Hannah Tovey, and highlights the producers to look out for at this year’s event.
Brits with a penchant for fine French wine could be in luck, as Eurostar considers the 2020 launch of a direct train between London and Bordeaux, shaving two and a half hours off current rail trip times.
We have grown used to sparkling wines from England winning awards, but there are plenty of others to celebrate, too. Here are three of the best:
Nomadica is trying to change the wine industry with convenient, high-quality varietals.
Emma Toshack always enjoyed having some wine when she went to the beach or the pool behind her Los Angeles apartment building, but glass containers and public consumption of alcohol weren't permitted.
Devastating fires have had little impact on wine quality, but critics can sniff an opportunity.
With Bordeaux an ‘investment vehicle for the 1%’, it’s time to seek out future classics from Argentina, New Zealand and South Africa.
E. & J. Gallo Winery Receives 2018 Vinitaly International Award.
MODESTO, Calif., April 16, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- E. & J. Gallo Winery is proud to announce that they are the 2018 recipient of the Vinitaly International Award.
Vintage Wine Estates Marks Women's History Month with Promotions of Erin Luby and Kimberly Benson
SANTA ROSA, Calif., March 13, 2018 /PRNewswire/
Global production slumps to lowest level since 1961 as major growers hit by freakish weather.
It’s the kind of bad news best served with a stiff drink: the price of standard supermarket wines such as prosecco and pinot grigio could rise by up to 30% this year as the impact of 2017’s disastrous harvest is felt on the high street.
Wine production in the French region of Bordeaux shrank by 40 percent in 2017, the Bordeaux wine council said Wednesday, with severe frost sapping yields in a year that nonetheless produced a good vintage.