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President Xi serves up Chinese wine for Trump dinner

China's Xi Jinping served a selection of Chinese wines to Donald Trump during their meeting in Beijing, as the pair struck a conciliatory tone with each other.

 

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Vintage harvest 2017: Italy counts cost of Ice Maiden frosts and Lucifer heatwave

Italian vineyards were hit by a double-whammy of frost and drought this year. Find out more in the second chapter of Imbibe’s northern hemisphere 2017 harvest round-up.

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The rise of innovative Chinese wine

Our sommelier Douglas Blyde seeks out the Orient's vineyards.

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TWO NEW AOC FOR BURGUNDY

The Institut National des Appellations d’Origine (INAO) has formally approved two new AOCs in Burgundy: Vézelay as a Village and Bourgogne Côte d’Or as a new regional appellation.

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What 'vinotype' are you? Scientists say there are four types of wine drinker

Red wine with a light chicken dish? That’s just wrong, right? But according to researchers at Michigan State University the golden rules of wine pairings should be thrown out of the window.

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Pete Grey is the new head chef at the Hind's Head

Pete Grey has been named as the new head chef of Heston Blumenthal’s upmarket Bray pub the Hind’s Head.

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Antonio Carluccio: 'Godfather of Italian cooking' dies

Celebrity chef and restaurateur Antonio Carluccio has died at the age of 80, his agent has said.

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Winemaker who drained 27,000 litres of rival's wine sentenced

A Barossa Valley winemaker, who destroyed 27,000 litres of shiraz and chardonnay at a rival company, has been given a suspended jail sentence. In February 2015, Trevor David Jones went to Kellermeister Wines at Lyndoch and opened valves to drain wine worth almost $300,000 from four of the company’s tanks.

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New venture from Noma, Chiltern Firehouse and Fat Duck alumni to open in Old Street

Ex-Chiltern Firehouse chef Niall Davidson has confirmed that he will open Nuala at Old Street’s White Collar Factory development this month.

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Eighteen new Masters of Wine sworn in

The Institute of Masters of Wine has welcomed 18 new members into the exclusive club at its annual awards ceremony. There are now 369 MWs based in 29 different countries, announced the Institute of Masters of Wine (IMW) at its annual awards ceremony in London.

 

 

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