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The range includes two sparkling wines, as well as a sauvignon blanc, garnacha-rose and cabernet tempranillo all less than 0.5%. Photo Credit: Tesco

The UK’s largest grocer, Tesco, has launched a new low-alcohol wine range to keep up with the public’s taste for lighter drinks.

Vines are planted in a specially designed ‘urban planter system’. Image: Rooftop Reds

Rooftop Reds, billed as “the world’s first commercially viable rooftop vineyard,” growing vines on a rooftop in New York, will sell its first wines at $1,000 a bottle when they’re ready in 2019.

A barman serves a glass of Beaujolais Nouveau wine in a bistrot in Paris, France. Photo Credit: Benoit Tessier

Early-morning parties, parades and lots of raised glasses marked the release of the 2017 Beaujolais Nouveau wine across France on Thursday.

The Wine Australia stand at ProWein China in Shanghai.

Wine exporter and Executive Officer of Australia’s First Families of Wine, Ralph Dunning, is imploring Australians to invest in the booming China market.

Natural wines at The Reliance bar in Leeds. Photo Credit: Christopher Thomond

A small, fast-growing network of militant producers and bars are engaging a new audience with the bolshie flavours of additive-free natural wine. But how is the rebellion going down with the wine establishment?