“These machine-made glasses are indistinguishable from handmade ones”
Riedel launches the “largest, lightest and thinnest machine glass”, an innovation presented at...
Interview: Champagne Telmont´s Ludovic du Plessis talks sustainability
Falstaff spoke to Ludovic du Plessis, CEO of Champagne Telmont, about his career, the future of the...
Aussie rules say their Pale Ale is only for sale to over-35s
Brewery says it doesn’t want to be associated with fads including “doing a shoey”.
Financial fears of wine businesses played down by key industry figure
Repercussions of Californian bank collapse continue to reverberate through the wine industry.
Retsina: a classic reborn
Retsina enjoys a bad reputation but definitely deserves a second chance.
Drinks investment: fortified & spirits
It’s not only dry wine that can offer rewarding returns on investment. The longer shelf life of...
Alexandre Mazzia returns to Cognac
The chef will start a long-term collaboration with Maison Martell.
Buyers in place to snap up SVB’s wine division
Seven parties interested in acquiring the wine sector of the collapsed bank, according to former...
Where to drink in Napa Valley that’s not a tasting room
Here are some of Napa's best places to drink wine beyond a tasting room.
Wine in plastic bottles about to hit UK shelves
Cramele Recas will see its Cabernet Sauvignon shipped in packaging reclaimed from the River Danube.
James Harden launches Italian Prosecco
NBA star adds a new product to his J-Harden wine collection.
Kylie Minogue happy to reinvent herself as the Princess of Pinot
Aussie star will be guest of honour at the ProWein event in Dusseldorf later this month.