Unseasonable springtime weather means that French wine production is expected to be down by 10 percent compared to last year’s harvest.
By the looks of it, producers in France’s Champagne region won’t be popping any bottles in celebration this year, as there may not be enough bubbles to waste on acts of extravagance so closely associated with their product.
A new study from the University of California, Los Angeles has found that wine made with organic grapes is rated by experts as tasting better than that produced using conventional methods.
Surrounded by mostly barren desert, the Chinese city of Turpan looks like a Mad Max wasteland, where temperatures regularly climb above 110 degrees.
United Farm Workers—America’s largest farm workers union—is reporting that the three farm workers who died last week on three separate vineyards in California were suffering from undue heat exposure.
Brennan Firth moved to Mendoza from the US nine years ago to work the grape harvest and never went back. He now works nonstop in the Maipú region as a small-lot wine producer.
These Japanese Grapes Cost More Than a Semester at College—And a Grocery Store Is Giving Them Away for Free
A single cluster of Ruby Roman grapes sold for 1.1 million yen (about $10,900 USD) on July 7 at a wholesale market in Kanazawa, Ishikawa Prefecture.
This is how Northern California startup Ava winery is sidestepping grapes and fermentation entirely—and trying to replicate Dom Pérignon in the process.
An anonymous "punk" winemaking collective is shaking up France's wine scene. Like the original punks of the 70s, their aim is to bring anarchy—albeit to the elitist wine industry.
A new antioxidant-rich “purple bread” created with black rice extracts by a food scientist at the National University of Singapore is being touted as the “superfood” to replace white bread.
“I always like to say, ‘Drink different, drink better,’” says Carolyn Kim of Yobo Soju. Considering that most soju promises the world's worst hangover, that's wise advice.