Wine Business International

The world of wine relies too heavily on a handful of grapes, a situation that Wine Mosaic wants to change. Felicity Carter speaks to the founders.

24. November 2017 - 13:15

This year has seen one of the most difficult vintages on record, with harvests down across Europe and beyond. Ilkka Sirén gets the Italian perspective from Pierangelo Tommasi.

Albéric Bichot of Maison Albert Bichot/Kakaviatos
24. November 2017 - 13:15

Bourgogne Côte d’Or launched as new premium regional Burgundy, but merchants react with caution. Panos Kakaviatos reports.

24. November 2017 - 12:45

The world of wine relies too heavily on a handful of grapes, a situation that Wine Mosaic wants to change. Felicity Carter speaks to the founders.

Tblisi by Lali Kandelaki/Wikicommons
24. November 2017 - 12:30

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

24. November 2017 - 12:30

A new form of ledger system, distributed over multiple computers, could signal the end of wine fraud at both the fine wine and bulk end of the market. Robert Joseph explains.

17. November 2017 - 11:45

Dynamo Penny Richards has reported for the BBC, negotiated with the Taliban, and worked for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Now she's shaking things up at the Institute of Masters of Wine. She spoke to Robert Joseph.

Oregon/Janis Miglavs
17. November 2017 - 11:45

The fourth biggest wine producing state in the US, Oregon is becoming renowned for its fine wines. Liza B. Zimmerman gives an overview.

Picture by Berndt Fernow
15. November 2017 - 16:45

A recent academic paper attempts to debunk the idea that men and women taste differently. Robert Joseph finds it unpalatable.

Jungle roots/DirkvdM
14. November 2017 - 9:45

Discussions of terroir tend to turn on soil. But, asks Felicity Carter, what if there’s a whole dimension that’s been missed? And could it lead to terroir in a jar?

30. October 2017 - 17:15

Amazon's pop-up bar experiment will conclude today. How successful was it? Liza B. Zimmerman speaks to an intrepid local, who braved hours-long queues to find out.

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