Italian police seize Prosecco flavour Pringles

Hundreds of packets of Prosecco-flavoured Pringles crisps have been seized by anti-fraud police in northern Italy.

Wine Country Fire Sparks Mass Evacuation

Thousands of people are left homeless, as firefighters battle on against the huge Sonoma County blaze.

French, German Winemakers Take the Long View on Eve of New Tariffs

Several members of the French and German wine trade are almost uniformly calm about the potential impact on their business.

California Looks to Another Classic Vintage

There have been challenges, but the California sun brought the vintage home.

The World's Best Chardonnays

It's that time of the year again, when we count down the world's best wines.

It's the 10th annual #CHAMPAGNEDAY

A worldwide social media celebration made possible by you!

A Beginner's Guide to Wine Futures and En Primeur

The practice to sell wine before it's bottled, commonly known as en primeur or wine futures, is well established.

Italian Wine Escapes US Tariff Hike

The latest move in the global trade war has taken aim at some pretty random targets.

How solid is collector demand for top California wines?

This question has increasingly concentrated minds following a boom period for California on the fine wine market.

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