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New research suggests greater acceptance of screwcaps by UK wine drinkers
New sub-zero, waterless cooling solution for champagne
River Café's Emily O'Hare writes to us from her trip down under, this time visiting Tahbilk, Best's and Bindi wineries.
Sogrape buys remaining stake in UK wine agency
River Café's Emily O'Hare writes to us from her trip down under, currently in Yarra Valley
The public might struggle with it but, on this evidence, dark sherry is one of the stars of the wine world. Clinton Cawood and a team of sommeliers are knocked out by what they find
Got an iPhone or iPad? Kate pass asks Imbibe readers to recommend the essential apps that should be on every sommelier’s phone. Alongside Angry Birds, of course…
In New Zealand’s warmer North Island, there is a growing feeling that the best reds are being made not with Cabernet and Merlot, but Syrah. Rebecca Gibb heads to Hawke’s Bay and discovers a battle between winemaking idealism and hard-nosed pragmatism
Big-name fine wines are out of reach, so what’s the alternative?
Get involved with an exciting campaign to promote authentic Protected Designation of Origin food and drink, as Discover the Origin returns for 2012. A series of free masterclasses will focus on world renowned Ports and the iconic wines of Burgundy and the Douro Valley
Hunter Valley old vines and amazing Semillon
River Café's Emily O'Hare writes to us from her trip down under, on flights, arrivals, and failed attempts at early nights.
The UK's biggest dedicated tasting of biodynamic wines