The third edition of the China Wine Awards (CWA) 2012, the only body committed to judging wines specifically with an eye on the Chinese market, got underway today at the Mira Hotel in the busy shopping district of Tsim Sha Tsui.
One of the things that interests me most in the wine business is longevity. Wine drinkers are notorious for having very little loyalty to brands, and many constantly change what they drink as their tastes evolve.
Changyu Pioneer Wine Co, China's oldest and largest winemaker, began construction on a new chateau on Sept 8 named for 80-year-old Robert Tinlot, the honorary president of the International Vine and Wine Office and the French Grape and Wine...
Ken Peck, owner of Dakota Creek winery in Washington state, had a surprise visitor in August: an inspector from the state Department of Agriculture wearing a lab coat and hairnet. She wanted to know if he and his winery workers also wear hairnets.
The clamour for wine investment and all things Bordeaux and Burgundy related in the Far East has taken a strange new turn with the news that a series of apartments designed for lovers of fine vintages are being developed...
As harvest starts in Austria winemakers are predicting a vintage with excellent ripeness but with volume down by up to a third as a result of millions of euros damage from catastrophic weather conditions earlier in the year.
AFTER nearly 70 years of making wine, d'Arenberg patriarch Francis "d'Arry" Osborn knows a few things about booms and busts, and he has one message for Australian winemakers looking to make their fortune in China: give them the good stuff.
Lettie Teague's Uncorking the City: Wine auctions are altogether impressive affairs—from the thick, glossy catalogs full of much-sought-after bottles to the posh settings of the auction rooms themselves.
Wine Spectator columnist Matt Kramer has turned buying wine into an extreme sport. Read his advice on going to extremes—geographically, vertically, in the vineyard and beyond—in this week's Drinking Out Loud.
China was the main importer of wines produced in Brazil in the first half of the year, accounting for 21.8 percent of exports between January and June costing US$405,000, according to figures published by the Brazilian Wine Institute (Ibravin).
This year’s winners of the 2012 Louis Roederer International Wine Writers' Awards were announced last night at a ceremony in London's Four Seasons Hotel, with Decanter’s Andrew Jefford awarded International Online Columnist/Blogger of the Year.
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