A new device that claims to soften tannins in young wine by exposing the juice to ultraviolet light could also help increase the number of wines available for vegans, according to winemakers taking part in early trials.
Chinese online wine and spirits shop 1919.cn and two other investors are set to invest five million RMB to establish a new company specialising in purchasing imported wines, announced the company last week.
Chinese online wine and spirits shop Jiuxian.com has said that it plans to invest ‘a maximum of 83 million RMB (10 million euros)’ to buy a Bordeaux winery.
Campaigners in the Bordeaux wine region have staged what they say will be the first of several actions to highlight the purported risks of pesticide use for vineyard workers and locals.
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.
China’s wine lovers were treated to an extraordinary day of tasting and the chance to meet their favourite winemakers at the third Decanter Shanghai Fine Wine Encounter.
What has changed for Australian wines in China since the two countries signed the Free Trade Agreements a year ago? Decanter spoke exclusively to Wine Australia, Chinese importers and wine experts to grasp the momentum.
Hospices de Beaune 2016 auction bidders have failed to reach the dizzying heights of 2015 but still drove the annual, Christie's-hosted sale to its second highest total on record.
Do the Decanter China readers' survey (in Chinese) to win a pair of tickets to 2017 Decanter Shanghai Fine Wine Encounter masterclass.
Decanter launches today (10 November) its official account on WeChat, one of China’s most popular social media platforms, targeting the mobile-savvy, younger generation of Chinese wine lovers.