Georgia's traditional winemaking method of fermenting grapes in earthenware, egg-shaped vessels has been added to the world heritage list of the United Nations educational, scientific and cultural organisation ...
A proposed expert witness for Rudy Kurniawan has told the judge for the alleged wine fraudster's upcoming trial that he believes most of the suspect wines put forward by the prosecution to be fakes.
A great recipe from the chef's new book, and 12 Alsace whites to match
It’s not every day you hear urging Americans to drink wine. But that’s what John Kerry did today during a brief stopover in Moldova. The Secretary of State wasn’t modeling his actions on Thomas Jefferson.
Plus the winemaker gives South American Editor Michael Schachner a tour of the property's innovative and stunning seven-floor underground winery.
A French pensioner who pretended he was dead to avoid paying tens of thousands of euros in unpaid wine bills has been sentenced to 18 months of electronic cuff surveillance, with 10 months suspended.
A heavy storm has destroyed thousands of hectares of vines in Italy's Abruzzo wine region, including those belonging to celebrated producer Valentini.
Some American brewers have embraced wild yeasts, bridging the gap between beer fans and wine lovers.
A new film tracking the journey of Zinfandel from its Croatian roots to its status as a signature grape variety of California has debuted at a packed screening in the US state.