Wine Business International

Nigel Greening

Jeni Port meets Nigel Greening, the ad man who turned Felton Road into one of the hottest wine properties in the cool climate area of Otago, New Zealand.

1. February 2018 - 11:00

Marcus Wieschoff has been director of the International Wine Marketing Programme in Burgenland, Austria, since 2014. He shares some insights into how the market is evolving and the importance of digital media strategies,

Vinmonopolet store/Bjorn Erik Pedersen
31. January 2018 - 14:30

It's too easy to fall into the trap of believing there is such a thing as a 'wine consumer' argues Robert Joseph.

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28. January 2018 - 16:00

Grape growers across the world suffered one of the worst vintages in years. Robert Joseph considers what this will mean for pricing and demand.

Laurent Calmel and Jerome Joseph
28. January 2018 - 15:45

Replanting autochthonous varieties isn’t just time consuming and expensive. As Languedoc-Roussillon growers are discovering, there are legal barriers as well. Simon Woolf reports.

UPS truck by William Grimes
23. January 2018 - 12:15

Wineries in the US are finding that selling direct-to-consumer is proving highly profitable. Liza B. Zimmerman went to the 2018 Direct to Consumer Wine Symposium (DTCWS) to hear more.

22. January 2018 - 10:45

The market for vineyards in Montepulciano is booming, reports Michaela Morris. But will these investments ever pay off?

Foto: photx.de / Ernst Stratmann / The Ivory Club
19. January 2018 - 11:45

Experts come together on the day before ProWein to reveal the secrets of unlocking consumer behaviour.

David Sichel/Jean-Bernard Nadeau
19. January 2018 - 10:45

What’s it like doing business in Eastern Europe? James Lawrence asks David Sichel of Maison Sichel for advice.

19. January 2018 - 10:30

Becoming a wine judge in Australia is a great honour. Jeni Port looks at how aspiring judges are put through their paces.

Fireworks by Anthony Cramp
18. January 2018 - 16:30

Many new wine brands and appellations will be launched this year. Unfortunately, says Robert Joseph, most of them will fail. Is there a way to predict which ones will be successful?

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