Christof Queisser, Rotkäppchen-Mumm, is Wine Entrepreneur of the Year.
Wine Business International
Many winery websites are missing key elements, according to a speaker at the recent International Wine Tourism Conference. Paul Richer advises on changes that can have a big payoff.
Podcasts are exploding in popularity, with millions of new listeners downloading them each year. One such podcast is the Italian Wine Podcast, which turns two this month. Felicity Carter reports.
Meininger’s Weinwelt magazine, Germany’s top wine consumer publication, turns 20 this year. Editor-in-chief Ilka Lindeman has seen a dramatic change in the world of wine over that time. She speaks to Felicity Carter.
How have sommeliers become the arbiters of taste in wine? Robert Joseph has some thoughts on the rise and rise of the somm.
The results from the 24th Grand International Wine Award Mundus Vini are out, and Australia came out on top in the New World category, with 82 medals to its credit.
It's a New Year and a new look and feel for Meininger's Wine Business International. Not only is the magazine evolving, but we've got several more exciting things in the pipeline.
When Steve Smith MW spoke at the recent Sauvignon NZ 2019 conference, he suggested that gene technology could help protect vines against climate change. Felicity Carter caught up with him afterwards, to explore the subject.
Wine2Wine, held in Verona every November, offers practical information for the wine trade. Felicity Carter reports on some interesting sessions, including tips on creating content for China.
The UK Wine Society has devised a promotional program that takes a leaf out of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
Despite a decade of financial instability, the Greeks have built a thriving wine industry. Grigoris Michailos introduces the people who helped make it happen.