Know your St-Emilion from your Pomerol? What about the other up-and-coming appellations? With Bordeaux en primeur around the corner, there's no better time to test your knowledge...
Wealthy Londoners buried fine wines to save them from the flames of the Great Fire of London 350 years ago, according to the diary of Samuel Pepys.
Here's what the Trump team offered up for a bilateral dinner with Chinese president Xi Jinping – and it wasn’t a McDonald’s hamburger, as previously suggested.
See charts based on Comité Champagne data to show which country drank the most in 2016.
Married couples get on with each other better and for longer when both partners enjoy a drink, suggests a new study.
See both sides of the debate as a new app launches that promises to show diners the retail prices of the wines on their restaurant menu, as featured in Decanter magazine's January issue.
Penfolds owner Treasury Wine Estates has won a high court battle against a trademark squatter claiming ownership to a widely understood Chinese translation of the Australian wine brand's name - but the dispute doesn't end there.
New Zealand's recent Kaikoura earthquake ruined enough wine to fill more than five million bottles, according to new industry estimates. See a report below, alongside a video of cracks in the landscape caused by the quake.
Cristal 2009 has a lot in common with vintages of the 1960s and represents an early example of how biodynamics can subtly affect its style, according to the man responsible for making it at Louis Roederer.
A storm tornado has crashed through Chinese vineyards in the north-west of the country, destroying dozens of hectares of vines in the middle of harvest.