The 2018 Meininger Award, ‘Excellence in Wine & Spirits’, held at the InterContinental in Düsseldorf, recognises the giants of the wine and spirits industries.
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Charles-Armand de Belenet brings a lot to his new role as general manager of Bollinger – a sense of responsibility and continuity. And a passion for an unusual taste. He spoke to Ilkka Sirén
VINEX, which operates the world's first bulk wine trading exchange, will launch arevolutionary new service at ProWein. Bottled Ex will allow buyers and sellers of bottled wines to connect.
The goal at ProWein is to create a stand that stands out. This year, the Wines of Moldova stand is going to be hard to beat.
Do you need good market data? Information about key markets - or how to get into them? There is a simple way to keep up with trends, markets and influential people.
Exporters report that Germany is a great market to deal with. The customers are loyal, the market understands quality, and payments arrive like clockwork. But getting in is hard. Felicity Carter maps the route to the German market.
Austria has taken risks to pursue a premiumisation strategy. If 2017 is anything to go by, the strategy is paying off handsomely.
China doesn't have the same on-trade and off-trade structure found elsewhere in the world. So who influences the market? Ian Dai has an interesting suggestion.
If Trump applies tariffs to steel and aluminium and starts a trade war, could wine be drawn in? Robert Joseph asks the question.
Geofencing is a technology based on GPS coordinates, that can cast a virtual perimeter around a winery. It can also be used as a sales tool. Liza B. Zimmerman reports.
Europe's biggest wine trade fairs are coming up. If you want to make a splash and walk away with business, Steve Raye says there are some tried-and-tested methods to use for wine trade fair success.