A clear lesson in what not to do after faking your own death.
The Maison Fallot, in the French city of Beaune, is holding on in the face of food industry giants.
The search engine also blocked searches for Guns ‘N’ Roses, the movie 'Top Gun,' glue guns, Nerf guns—you get the idea.
Scottish designer Ian Macfarlane's clever design won £1,000 in an unofficial competition to rethink the nation's documentation.
White wine has long been in the purple shadow of red red wine when it comes to cheese pairings, but the tides are slowly turning.
We spoke to the co-director of Sour Grapes, a new documentary about the conman who duped the wine world with his fake bottles.
Unseasonable springtime weather means that French wine production is expected to be down by 10 percent compared to last year’s harvest.
LA lawyer Don Cornwell has accused a Genevan auction house’s collection of rare Burgundy wines—predicted to fetch £2.7 million—of containing several fakes.
Passengers on a train traveling to Southern France were enjoying the high-speed ride until a suspicious gas-like stench suddenly began to fill the train car.
School cafeterias—at least for the most part—are pretty damn grim affairs. But one French school in the wine-loving region of Burgundy is taking its school lunches to heretofore-unseen levels of dread and desolation.
London-based wine collective Birds and Bats beg, borrow, and (not quite) steal other winemakers’ grapes from vineyards across Europe to turn into their “Wines of Momentary Origin” or “WMDs.”