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Hine is releasing a small amount of two vintage cognacs for 2011 – a 1961 and a 1981 early-landed.
Sommelier and pastry chef team Andrea Briccarello and Daniel Fancett won the fourth UK Wines of Roussillon Dessert Trophy.
With the 2009s likely to be stupidly expensive, it could pay to know your way around 2008 white Burgundy a bit better. Chris Losh watches as a team of tasters get to grips with premier cru and villages wines from a ‘traditional’ vintage
Get the inside track on our favourite champagne houses, big and small,as well as some insider tips from Giles Fallowfield
With prestige cuvées harder to sell than ever, now seemed the perfect time for Imbibe to take a look at ‘straight’ vintage champagne. Chris Losh joins our tasters several hundred feet above London for a taste of the high life
The global economy has seen champagne houses put premiumisation on hold and concentrate instead on non-vintage. With sugar levels the key, Giles Fallowfield heads to the region to find out what the various houses are doing with their dosage
Champagne List Dysfunction (CLD) is a common problem for many restaurants of a certain age. Expert Fizziologist Xavier Rousset of Texture and 28°-50° tells you what to do when the bubbles go flat
The champagne house marked the launch of its 2002 vintage by honouring Gérard Basset MW.
Growers in the region have slashed their yields for 2010 after the demand for Nouveau wines plummeted over recent years.
The winemaker and entrepreneur showed a selection from his French portfolio at L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon yesterday
Courvoisier’s commitment to punch continues in October with a series of free events.
Jasper Morris MW has distilled nearly three decades’ experience of buying and selling Burgundy into a book
Metis is a Sauvignon Blanc dubbed by its producers as ‘the finest in New Zealand’ and an ‘icon’ for the future.
Forty-five sommeliers are poised to battle it out in the second annual Sud de France Sommelier Competition, designed to promote the wines of Languedoc-Roussillon.
From citrus Muscadets to floral rosés from Anjou-Saumur and smoky reds from Chinon, Loire wines offer a wealth of choice for your wine list