While some in the wine trade search for rational formulae, Roger Morris reports that simple logic is often simply wrong. Price is in the mind of the buyer, not the seller.
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An international survey into the effects of alcohol has revealed that Germans get more argumentative when drunk, while Swedes are more likely to get amorous.
The game of Monopoly, where players compete for real estate, has a lot to teach the wine industry, says Robert Joseph.
The Madeira Wine Institute has created a novel scheme to help still wine production flourish on the island. Rui Falcão reports.
Denmark, unlike its neighbours, is not a monopoly market. Elsebeth Lohfert explains how it works.
Having sold Summergate for a whopping sum, Ian Ford is ready for his next challenge. Sarah Heller MW meets the team behind Nimbility.
Are you passionate about wine communications? Then get ready to enter the revamped Born Digital Wine Awards. There are cash prizes to be won.
Bourbon meets wine - and the result is bottles that are flying off the shelves. Robert Joseph looks at what happens when grape meets grain.
The founder of the successful brands Meiomi and Caymus has created another brand - one that's raised questions in Oregon. Liza B. Zimmerman reports.
Climate change may be damaging southern regions, but it’s opening up northern ones. Elsebeth Lohfert gets on the bus of a very cool climate symposium.
What impact will Brexit have on the global wine market? What are the global trends? Felicity Carter asks Rafael del Rey, director of the Spanish Wine Observatory.