Just four months after being founded, Wally's Auctions has added to evidence that New York's wine auction scene remains buoyant in autumn 2013 after its inaugural sale fetched $2.68m.
There will be no Burgundy wine for sale at less than £10-a-bottle in 2014, due to three consecutive small vintages, Louis-Fabrice Latour has said.
Hint: You want depth, not breadth
Chateau Mouton Rothschild has chosen a French painter and sculptor for its 2011 vintage label for the first time in four years.
Michel Chapoutier's many projects offer a full day's worth of wines to taste, from Pierre-Henri Morel to Ferraton and beyond
Jon Bonné's 'The New California Wine' offers rewarding vignettes, but minimizes much of what California's established vintners have accomplished
French wine groups Castel and Vranken-Pommery Monopole have signed a partnership deal to jointly sell rosé wine around the world.
I.R.S. Records cofounder Jay Boberg and winemaker Jean-Nicolas Méo launch a wine in Willamette Valley
The ongoing story of New Albion Ale, the beer that started it all