Because accidents happen.
Spanish winemakers are packing up their vines and heading for the hills. Euronews correspondent Jaime Velazquez has been to a vineyard near Barcelona to find out why.
Artificial intelligence is set to stop young people thinking wine is 'pompous'.
Some growers had their production hit by an untimely frost on the vineyards this year, while Donald Trump's wine tax has complicated the export market
Co-founder of Garçon Wines Santiago Navarro explains why launching a plastic product isn't always a bad idea.
Beaujolais Nouveau is always released on the third Thursday in November, at 12.01am.
'Non' to Dry January in France, says President Emmanuel Macron
We take a look at one essential dinner party ingredient you might not have realised contains animal products.
French President Emmanuel Macron arrived at the International Import Expo in Shanghai on Tuesday along with Chinese President Xi Jinping
Firefighters in northern California are attacking a massive wildfire burning in Sonoma County's wine country ahead of another major wind event forecast for Tuesday night.
In the heart of Burgundy's most prestigious vineyards, security forces patrol day and night during harvest time to deter grape thieves.
Wine growing is becoming increasingly popular in Sweden, with 40 vineyards now found in the country, concentrated in the south.
Checking in at St. James, the 5-star private members club and Small Luxury Hotel in the heart of Mayfair.
Santorini wines are famously sharp but higher temperatures change the acidity of the grape and lead to sweeter wine.
I explored a vineyard in Córdoba to learn about Spanish organic wine and why its popularity is increasing.
The genie is out of the bottle as the French Farming Minister hits out at Donald Trump, calling his assertions regarding French wine 'moronic'.
Red wine is a staple for many social gatherings, but according to scientists, they may soon be a staple for astronauts in space, too.
Donald Trump has threatened to target French wine after Paris imposed a tax on US technology giants like Facebook, Google and Amazon.
The Fête des Vignerons began in 1797 and has developed from an annual street parade into a globally-recognised extravaganza.
Producing glass requires a tenth of the energy of virgin aluminium, but double that of recycled aluminium.
A hilly terrain in northeast Italy known for its Prosecco production has been added to the UNESCO World Heritage list among other cultural landscapes and cities in the world.
The event is held to celebrate Saint Peter and the region's plentiful wine output.
The wines are aged for 18 months on the sea bed where under the increased atmospheric pressure they turn soft and silky.
This region had a history of producing wines that predated the Romans and now people are reclaiming this heritage.
Orange wine has caused quite the stir in the world of wine in recent years
The Russian government has placed restrictions on public institutions from purchasing international wines