Professor Denis Dubourdieu, one of the most respected winemakers and wine researchers of his generation, has died in Bordeaux.
The incoming prime minister of the UK, Theresa May, has shown a tough attitude to alcohol in the past, but is also a pragmatist by reputation.
Liv-ex analyst believes the UK's vote to leave the European Union means a sudden end for the Bordeaux 2015 en primeur campaign, but there could be bargains available for opportunistic US buyers.
New figures show that 10 countries drink around two thirds of the world's wine, but who is drinking the most? See below for a graphic prepared by Decanter using OIV data.
China's COFCO conglomerate has said it will sell its controlling stake in Chateau Junding and a related wine subsidiary in the country for just 1 yuan.
The head of one of China's largest online drinks retailers, Jiuxian, believes Australian wine will be increasingly popular with Chinese consumers and intends to sign at least 10 import deals during a visit to the country.
Peter Mondavi, part of the Mondavi wine family and one of the most significant individuals in the development of the California wine industry, has died aged 101.
Australian wineries have an extra reason to celebrate the coming Chinese New Year as China looks set to overtake the UK to become Australia’s second largest wine export market by value in the next 12 months.
UNESCO World Heritage status for Barolo vineyards in 2014 recognised the important role of terroir in creating the ‘king of wines’. Ian D’Agata talked through different styles at the Decanter Shanghai Fine Wine Encounter.
Chinese company Fosun, which has a 20% stake in Spanish wine and ham firm Osborne, plans to re-start stock exchange trading after a brief suspension following news that its chairman had 'disappeared' and was understood to be involved in a police investigation.