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    Josko Gravner. Photo by Simon Woolf
    18.01.2019

    As orange wines emerge on wine lists and retail shelves alike, Simon Woolf argues that orange is no fad, but a way to make some grapes sing.

    05.09.2018

    The winners of the Louis Roederer International Wine Writers Awards were announced this week in London. Simon Woolf took one of the top honours, while other Meininger's contributors were shortlisted.

    House mouse by George Shuklin/Wiki Commons
    05.09.2018

    The reduction of sulphur has allowed an unusual wine fault to emerge. Simon Woolf asks why some wines taste like the bottom of a mouse cage.

    Pic: Aldi
    09.08.2018

    News that an orange wine would go on sale in Aldi in the UK at a remarkably low price had British newspapers scurrying to explain the style to readers. Could this be the moment that orange wine goes mainstream in the UK? Felicity Carter talks to the producer behind the wine.

    Ronan Sayburn MS
    06.05.2018

    There’s a lot of excitement about autochthonous grapes. But is this reflected in vineyard plantings and sales, wonders Simon Woolf.

    Laurent Calmel and Jerome Joseph
    28.01.2018

    Replanting autochthonous varieties isn’t just time consuming and expensive. As Languedoc-Roussillon growers are discovering, there are legal barriers as well. Simon Woolf reports.

    Tblisi by Lali Kandelaki/Wikicommons
    24.11.2017

    Georgia is building its international reputation on artisanal wine. But, finds Simon Woolf, there is plenty of industrial wine being produced.

    Author Simon Woolf
    13.10.2017

    Orange wines are coming into their own, says Simon Woolf. He tracks the rise of this once rare wine style.

    Wine Business Business International Issue 04-2017
    WINE BUSINESS INTERNATIONAL
    25.08.2017
    When wine turns blue
    Who’s who in Hong Kong
    Wine labels evolve
    Dr Carole Meredith, UC Davis
    04.08.2017

    High science, DNA detection, and international cooperation have brought a varietal called Tribidrag into production, as Simon Woolf reports.

    02.06.2017

    The reduction of sulphur has allowed an unusual wine fault to emerge. Simon Woolf asks why some wines taste like the bottom of a mouse cage.

    WEIN BUSINESS INTERNATIONAL Ausgabe 02/2017
    WINE BUSINESS INTERNATIONAL
    06.05.2017
    Meet the CEO of Vinexpo
    The new breed of Russian consumer
    How to share your wine story
    Prosecco gets a makeover
    Power List: inside Germany
    06.01.2017

    A paper debunking the biodynamic wine tasting calendar has ignited a conversation among wine professionals.

    Credit: Simon Woolf
    03.01.2017

    Can a wine ever be too good value for money? Simon Woolf takes a look at the case of Vinho Verde.

    25.11.2016

    Two things to take care of before the end of the year: a magazine and a fair.

    RAWfair London/Tom Moggach
    15.09.2016

    Wine magazines and blogs are full of talk of natural wine. There are bars and events and passionate supporters devoted to the trend. Simon Woolf asks how this has translated to sales.

    WEIN BUSINESS INTERNATIONAL Ausgabe 04/2016
    WINE BUSINESS INTERNATIONAL
    26.08.2016
    Argentina's wine pioneer
    The truth about natural wine
    What's happening on the east coast?
    Power lists: three northerners
    Marketing wine to men