Veuve Clicquot has submerged a selection of its Champagnes into the Baltic Sea as part of a 50-year ageing experiment, writes Patrick Schmitt. Read more here.
Visiting Nashik, India’s wine country
SI writer, Mira Honeycutt from California, visited Nashik during a recent stay in India. Here’s what she saw.
Indian wineries learn from the French
Indian wine producers stand to benefit from scientific and viticultural research carried out in Bordeaux in their quest to make better Indian wines. Read more here
Wine: the weirder, the better
These days, we’re being as adventurous with our wine choices as with the food we put on the table. M&S stocks Sula now which is adventurous for the UK. Read more here.