A physicist with a passion for wine is researching a way to shed light on old problems. Felicity Carter reports.
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Some wine buyers are shipping wines to export markets in dry containers, instead of the more expensive reefer containers. Louis Latour have found a way to tackle the problem. Barnaby Eales reports.
Judging from the excitement at Hong Kong Vinexpo last week, the Asian event may be eclipsing the parent event in Bordeaux, says Robert Joseph.
Robert Joseph has discovered a new super power - raising the blood pressure of winemakers. He explains why he does it.
Lateness, problems with government and questions over how the EU allocates its funding have led to delays in Italy. Michèle Shah reports.
Wine sales rose a tiny 1% in the critical US market last year, reports Sophie Kevany. And that didn't come from bottled wine.
As automation takes over everything from grocery buying to luggage tagging at airports, it was only a matter of time before it came to wine. Liza B. Zimmerman reports.
Many consumers don’t even realise that Burgundy makes a sparkling wine. As Roger Morris reports, producers of Crémant de Bourgogne are fighting perceptions on many fronts.
A new report from the Altagamma Foundation in Italy suggests that fine wine has a promising and profitable future ahead. Robert Joseph unpacks the report.
The Royal Wedding this weekend was lovely, says Robert Joseph. Except that there was one thing missing.
The tropical resort island of Bali is known for its coral reefs, sandy beaches and active volcanoes. It also has a popular winery, as Keren Lavelle discovers.