Hundreds of bottles of fake Jacob’s Creek have flooded the market in northeast London.
A new survey of top wine drinkers confirms suspicions that the majority of wine is drunk without food.
In the recession era, the fastest-growing segment of the wine industry is in the $9-$12 range. High-end wineries, on the other hand, have found it nearly impossible to sell bottles for their $50 or $75 retail price. This is where 90+Cellars steps in….
The upscale grocer, as well-known for its sensory-filled shopping as its often-pricey foods, is opening bars that serve craft beer and local wine in more than a dozen stores nationally in a test before a wider roll-out.
The foreclosed Kluge Estate Winery and Vineyard will be broken into six land tracts and sold separately at an April 7 auction while the equipment used for bottling, winemaking and tending vineyards will be sold at a separate auction on April 8
Writer Rod Philips provides a short insight into the different meanings of “organic” on a wine label.
Walmart, known for stocking everything from tires to clothing and televisions, wants to add high-tech wine vending machines to some of its Pennsylvania stores.