Wine educators are rather privileged in China, making their position fantasised about by many young people entering the industry. Is there a 'secret' in becoming a successful wine educator in China? Hear the Nanning-based wine educator's tips.
A wine's 'weight' is a tricky tasting term that can be hard to define and assess. Expert wine taster, Michael Schuster, gives us an explanation...
Worried about wine breaking when you are travelling? Wine storage expert Daniel Primack gives Decanter some handy tips.
Like Marmite, we might have to agree to disagree when it comes to our own tolerance for wine faults. Either way, love them or hate them, it’s useful to know more about the ‘flaws’ you may encounter, says Natasha Hughes MW.
Old vines can add layers of complexity to wine, but can they become too old to produce quality fruit? Andrew Caillard MW gives us his answer...
Michael Edwards shares his advice for how to store Champagne at home, including long and short term and which types of bottles are best.
Is it possible to tell whether a wine is warm or cool climate from a blind tasting? Terry Kandylis, Head Sommelier at 67 Pall Mall, gives his answer...
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.
A website selling gummy bears infused with rosé wine has sold out of the sweets within two hours - with hundreds more hopeful consumers joining a waiting list.
Fine wine prices could rise ‘across the board’ as UK votes to leave the European Union today, according to one leading wine merchant.