A viral video from the scene shows a "river of wine" coursing down a hilly street, sluicing over curbs. The wine escaped from two tanks at a distillery up the hill.
She doesn't normally drink, but when Lillian's car got stuck in the mud after making a wrong turn on a remote road, she downed the bottle. Police say it may have helped her survive.
French producers are making zero-proof wines now, and a new store in the capital wants to get in on the action. But market analysts say the drink has been slower to catch on in France than in the U.S.
Georgia wineries’ growth boosted by those seeking outdoor gatherings during the pandemic. Many in the industry would like to see it expand into south Georgia.
The bottle of Pétrus 2000, a luxury wine that would normally cost about $6,500, spent 14 months on the International Space Station. Now, via Christie's, it can be yours.
Tuscany's wine windows, each 12 inches high and 8 inches wide, were indispensable during a 17th century plague. They've became useful again during the coronavirus pandemic — even after lockdown ended.