West Bank winemakers are plotting different ways to deal with the European Union's new guidelines.
South Africa's wine region, which gave the world one of its ugliest political philosophies, is one of the world's most beautiful places.
The location plans to begin serving up freezes, beer and wine in August. Disaster is imminent.
It is past time to rehabilitate the reputation of Riesling and its cousins.
As climate change makes northern Europe warmer, Saxony is aiming to supplant the vineyards of France and Italy.
A Rome-based farmers group has complained that Crimean prosecco is cheaper than the Italian one.
The 81-year-old Supreme Court Justice admitted in a recent interview she was not "100 percent sober" at the event.
What makes Champagne fizz and corks pop? The American Chemical Society explains in time for the new year.