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Sir Alex Set to Score With Wine Auction

Sir Alex Ferguson is best known for coaching Manchester United's "Red Devils" but he is now set to offload a few star reds of his own.

The End of the "White-Aproned Sommelier"?

Can color and music change your flavor perception?

Krug Owner Buys into Burgundy

Luxury goods group LVMH expands its wine holdings into Burgundy and Central Otago.

France Gives Wine National Heritage Status

The French Senate finally confirms what we already knew – wine is an integral part of French culture.

Bordeaux 2013: Best Value Buys

Wine industry insiders name their value picks.

100 Parker Points Give Screaming Eagle Prices Wings

A 100-point score from Robert Parker can still send wine prices soaring.

What Wine-Searchers Want

In our first infographic, we look back at what you were searching for and reading last year.

Record $36m Paid for Wine Cup

Forget diamond-studded wine goblets that cost $4000 – how about a $36-million wine glass?

Critics Hail 2013 a Year For Bordeaux Whites

Bordeaux won't be remembered for the quality of its 2013 reds, but the whites are stunning.

Michel Rolland on 2013 Bordeaux

It's not "great" but it will provide good drinking in the coming years.

Bordeaux Faces Chinese Puzzle

With Chinese interest in Bordeaux's wines waning, how will top-end producers sell their wine?

Gazin Leads the En Primeur Wine Pack

And they're off... We reveal some of the early bolters in Bordeaux's en primeur stakes.

Koch Wine Fraud Damages Slashed

A federal judge has ruled that Bill Koch's compensation award was as overvalued as the fraudulent wine he bought.

Bordeaux Big Guns to Release Early

Bordeaux's 2013 vintage is likely to come out early but will the prices please the market?

Foley the Latest to Buy into Oregon

Foley Family Wines joins Kendall Jackson and Louis Jadot in buying up vineyards in Oregon

Bordeaux Mourns Death of "Grande Dame"

St.-Émilion mourns the loss of a leading lady at the start of Bordeaux's 2013 en primeur week.

Which U.S. State Drinks the Most Wine?

Washington D.C. leads the country in wine consumption – which might explain why Congress moves so slowly.

U.S. Declares Finger Lakes Wine Country A "Disaster" Zone

Government to help out growers in New York state after a hard winter ravages vines, reports Leslie Gevirtz.

Megadeth Star Moves into Wine

Thrash metal band member turns to classical music and winemaking.

Early Pontet-Canet Release the "Wrong Message"

Château Pontet-Canet has ruffled feathers by announcing the price for its 2013 vintage before the trade has tasted the wine.

Grape Thieves the Worst Plague in Egyptian Vineyards

Earliest vineyard employment contract unearthed.

Parker Launches Luxury Lifestyle Mag

Robert Parker is broadening his outlook with a new magazine.

England Offers Mastery of Sparkling Wine

The surge in sparkling wine production has prompted the launch of a specialist master's degree at an English university.

Weekend Wine Auctions Raise $18 million

It's still Bordeaux and Burgundy topping the lots but other regions are enjoying rising interest.

China Drops European Wine Dumping Inquiry

Amicable end to Chinese investigation that threatened European wine imports.

Now You Can Buy Wine With Bitcoin

The use of digital currency as payment for wine is slowly making headway.

Jay McInerney Leaves WSJ For Wife's Magazine

McInerney says he will write primarily about wine but will have freedom to write about other topics

Bordeaux 2013 Prices Must Fall "At Least 30%"

It's the start of the en primeur season...

$400,000 of Wine Stolen From Napa Warehouse

Some retail stores will be in trouble for buying stolen goods, police chief says.

New Brand Stakes Claim as "First Growth" of South Africa

South African winery releases a wine more expensive than the country's four most-expensive wines combined.
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Bordeaux Needs to "Wake Up and Smell the Coffee" Says Sherry-Lehmann CEO

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2013: Bordeaux's Divided Year

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Q&A: Elena Pantaleoni, the Leading Lady of "Natural Resistance"

The owner of La Stoppa winery is a respected leader in Italy’s natural wine movement. She features in “Mondovino” filmmaker Jonathan Nossiter’s new documentary, “Natural Resistance.”

Wine-buying Guide Hits the Right Note

We review Tom Stevenson's new wine guide.

Don't Like the Wine? Tough Luck, Rules Judge

Half a case of sour grapes, ends up in court.

Quinta do Noval: Home to the Greatest Port Ever Made?

Quinta do Noval is striving to keep up the standards it set with its 1963 Nacional Port.

Bordeaux's Not So Greatest Hits

Jane Anson checks out some past Bordeaux vintages that make 2013 look positively stellar.

Meet Tokaj Disznóko's László Mészarós

The managing director of Tokaj’s Disznókő estate, talks about changes in the wind for Hungary's famous sweet wines.

Getting to Grips with the Wine Grapes of Italy

We review Ian D'Agata's new varietal bible: "Native Wine Grapes of Italy"

From Hungarian Soccer Player to 100-Point Napa Vintner

A 35-year friendship with Silver Oak founder Justin Meyer paid off for Lou Kapcsándy, who has been a soccer player, boxer, chemical engineer, and now winery owner.

Oregon's Five Grand Cru Sites of the Future

With Burgundians arriving in their droves, Katherine Cole considers which Oregon vineyards have the potential to be the equivalent of a Burgundy grand cru.

Sexual Fantasies in the ABC Cellar with Jim Clendenen

Jim Clendenen, the owner of Au Bon Climat (ABC) has been called “the most iconic American wine personality since Robert Mondavi." He tells Katherine Cole that his honesty and lack of "self-filter" gets him in trouble.

Peter Michael's Wines Are Honey For Bears & Robert Parker

Forget the danger of wine critics – there are real bears prowling around Peter Michael Winery, and a winemaker has to be armed and ready when checking on ripe fruit.

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