Yesterday, the final issue of Meininger’s Wine Business International for the year went to the printer. It comes out next week with a number of articles of special interest, including:
· A look at the rise in wine and food tourism, with case studies of wineries that built a successful wine tourism offering using an original approach,
· The first ever international survey of women in the wine trade
· Inside the maze of EU subsidies
· Simon Woolf looks at what happens when a wine offers too much value for money
If you’re not yet a subscriber to the magazine, this is the time to commit.
For ten years, the price of the magazine has been held down to €20.00 per issue, but from 1 January 2017 the price goes up to €22.00 per issue or €132.00 per year. If you subscribe now, you can still get six issues of the magazine for the old price. Click here for more information.
Now is also the time to get ready for Vinisud 2017, held from 29 to 31 January 2017 in Montpellier. A biannual fair, this is one of the most significant on the calendar, featuring wines and spirits from around the Mediterranean. One of the special features for 2017 is the inclusion of a Sparkling Zone, to showcase the hottest trend in wine. For more information, see the website.