World of Wine

Sex and the City star Sarah Jessica Parker has added a southern French rosé to her Invivo X wine range, made in collaboration with New Zealand-based Invivo.
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A recent report which says that drinking red wine prevents prostate cancer has made waves in the national press, but how much truth is in the claim?
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French luxury group Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy has announced in its full year results for 2017 that its wine and spirits arm witnessed a surge in growth last year thanks to the US and recovery in China.
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Austrian crystal glassmaker Riedel has unveiled a new ‘Dog’ decanter to celebrate Chinese Year of the Dog.
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When we talk about the world’s great white wines... naturally, Germany and its Rieslings cannot be excluded. This particular example comes from the Rheinhessen region, from one of the most characterful and expressive plots in the whole country, produced by the great Peter Klaus...
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Rioja living memory It is difficult not to think of “Rioja” when the words “wine” and “Spain” are mentioned together. This is because this wine region has long been the reference for quality winemaking in Spain.  Many consumers around the world have come to know Spanish wines...
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CHAMPAGNE IS, FIRST AND FOREMOST, A FINE WINE WITH MAGICAL BUBBLES AND AROMAS. Jean-Hervé and Laurent, Laurent and Jean-Hervé. This remarkable duo directs Jacquesson Champagne today. With them in the driving seat, the Champagne House has made a 360° turn in its philosophy and...
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  Andrew Black: Your rosé, “Sinfo”, is served in virtually every bar in Valladolid. Have you always specialisedin rosé wines? RS: Yes, for generations. AB: How old are your vines? RS: Some are over 80 years. There are very old vines all over Cigales. In fact, it’s the...
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Wonderful secrets lie hidden away in the wine regions of Portugal: native grape varieties rescued from oblivion, prodigious vineyards and upcoming regions, which are well worth exploring.   This article runs through the most interesting regions and wines on the revived...
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Few people would associate Andorra with wine. And yet, it would seem more than natural that the Principality would produce wine, if you consider some of the conditions for quality wine production. First of all there is the latitude. Andorra is famous for its snow and cold,...
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