Australia’s major scientific body has spent decades working on grape crosses, searching for a uniquely Australian taste. Jeni Port has the story.
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Lugana, a fresh white wine from the Lake Garda region, has become popular thanks to wine tourism. Elisabetta Tosi charts its rise.
Our Breakthrough Brands series looks at the brands that changed wine, whether they launched a new category, overturned an old one, or became a consumer staple.
How much does the name of something matter? According to new research, it matters a great deal. Robert Joseph explains.
Which brands have shaped the wine trade? Which ones have lasted, while all their peers fell away? Which wines have created entire new markets? First up: Black Tower.
What happens when consumers no long buy things, but stream them or rent them instead? Robert Joseph has some thoughts.
Gastronomy tourism is booming worldwide and wine regions are scrambling for their share. Adam Lechmere looks at how Portugal is beating the competition.
Treasury Wine Estate's 19 Crimes augmented reality wine label was a game changer. Now, other wineries are following suit, bringing wine into the realm of entertainment. Felicity Carter takes a look at the latest wine.
Bordeaux's 2017 harvest was one of the lowest on record. Sophie Kevany reports on its impact on demand and pricing.
When Chinese consumers want to know more about wine, they don’t turn to magazines. Meet the sommeliers who influence the on-trade by Debra Meiburg MW.
Young people are drinking less. Wine companies are turning to cannabis. Climate change is coming. Felicity Carter and Robert Joseph debate whether the wine world is heading for trouble, with Felicity Carter saying YES, it is.