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Next year sees the ProWein exhibition celebrate its 20th birthday. The event organisers have chosen to celebrate the anniversary with a song.
Beyonce: I hear a single.
Are you sure you want to delete this scoop?
Such a magnificent property.
Crimean wine: can't decide if it tastes Ukrainian or Russian http://t.co/7dJCLnVkW9
My sentiments exactly.
I must be glowing.
Like Goodwill for booze. Nifty!
Cider rang up $261 million in US retail sales last year, an increase of 94% on the previous year.
Love the real deal stuff. Mother's Milk.
Cool. Just cool.
Chr. Hansen claims its new wine culture is a ‘fantastic launch’ that will greatly increase the speed and predictability of malolactic fermentation and remove the need for producers to use sulfites as preservatives.
Interesting. Love to hear more about exactly how they got there.
There’s been some chatter recently about Uproot Wines and its newly introduced color-coded labels that represent the wine’s flavor palette. See, e.g., Millennials Targeted with Color-Coded Labels. The colored boxes on the true front label of the wine features what Uproot Wines declares is a flavor palette, or a profile of what the wine in the bottle tastes like. For example, its 2011 Cabernet Sauvignon features a label with colored boxes in shades of raspberry, mustard yellow, burgundy, grape, and brown.
Personally, I love the idea. Words can be so inadequate about wine. Pictures! Colors. Yay!
The Napa Valley wine industry has become increasingly reliant on a direct-to-consumer sales model, which requires bringing customers into winery tasting rooms to drink the wines — and drink in
DTC. Incoming at high speed.
Unwinding in the pub on a Friday night could be wrecking your health - just four glasses of wine is enough to cause lasting damage, scientist have found.
Please explain why I am still alive.
Actually, the widow Clicquot did this in the 18th century.
Sorry folks, but I like to keep up on what the average Brit is drinking. I hope.
On the centenary of Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc's pavilion, Claire Wrathall pays tribute to this glamorous grande dame
On the bucket list. Yup. A glass of something magnificent on this Pavilion. Soon.
When she wanted hands-on winemaking experience, Maureen Downey chose South Africa. “I went there so I could go swimming with sharks,” she told me when she was in London recently. Some might say she has spent the past few years swimming with the
My good friend Maureen Downey rocks, bravely so these days. Right on, Mo. Go get em.
According to Alexey Rodionov, in Russia, before there was vodka as we now know it, there was polugar - and now it's back....
First, pulque, the father of tequila, and don't go there. Now Polugar, the father of vodka. Hmmmm.
And what is this "fake" vodka made of?
French workers can for the first time be forbidden from drinking wine in the workplace by their employers after an historic labour ministry ruling.
The best, most moving piece about this 3rd disastrous year in Burgundy. Emotional.
Good question. Kinda.
Sometimes it pays to step off of wine's well-traveled routes. Wall Street Journal wine columnist Will Lyons on why France's Jura region is worth the trip.
Petrus Owner's Californian Love Affair. From sleeping in vineyards to having his grapes rejected by Robert Mondavi, Christian Moueix's life hasn't always run smoothly.
Fantastic piece. Must read.
They said the 25cl cans will attract consumers over the summer holidays and also help the Scottish Government’s alcohol policy.
Tonic Wine. A drink only a Scot could love, but God love them for coming up with it.
I love the whole concept of "Controversial Drink".
In south Napa, the lands east of Soscol Avenue have been home to two kinds of construction in recent months. One is the hard-to-miss work of humans, the other the
Stop the presses! Alert the media! There be beavers in Napa!
Lawdy. It's so...American looking.
Fine sparkling wine from England? Climate change is helping make it so. But global warming in the UK also means more unpredictable weather, which can be bad news for growers.
Been saying this for years now...watch out for English Sparkling wine.