Sweden’s sommeliers are recognised as some of the best in the world. They’re also highly influential. L.M. Archer asks them what makes them tick.
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Climate scientists continue to revise their warming predictions upwards. What does mean for grape growing? Hans Kraak speaks to Joël Rochard
The CEO and founder of Wine-Searcher has stepped down - for the fourth time.
Burgundy, one of the jewels of the wine world, has been struggling to combat diseases like Flavescence dorée. Robert Joseph looks at how they're doing.
Does wine really change when grapes grow at high altitudes? The Catena Institute of Wine in Argentina may have some answers, as Jürgen Mathäß discovers.
French wine giant AdVini has acquired a majority share in Stellenbosch Vineyards, a major South African wine exporter.
Spanish cava and wine producer Codorníu has rejected a takeover bid by US capital investment company, The Carlyle Group. Barnaby Eales reports.
New research from Euromonitor shows that the use of screwcaps is rising - including in Europe, long a bastion of cork use.
What happens when you put some of the liveliest minds in wine into the same room? Rui Falcao did just that, through his MUST - Fermenting Ideas conference. He discusses what happened next.
Robert Joseph bids farewell to Leonildo (‘Nino’) Pieropan.
The news is full of corporates sales, consolidations and reversals. Is it time for publicly listed companies to rethink their engagement with wine? Robert Joseph considers the situation.