Australia’s major scientific body has spent decades working on grape crosses, searching for a uniquely Australian taste. Jeni Port has the story.
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Lugana, a fresh white wine from the Lake Garda region, has become popular thanks to wine tourism. Elisabetta Tosi charts its rise.
Our Breakthrough Brands series looks at the brands that changed wine, whether they launched a new category, overturned an old one, or became a consumer staple.
How much does the name of something matter? According to new research, it matters a great deal. Robert Joseph explains.
Young people are drinking less. Wine companies are turning to cannabis. Climate change is coming. Felicity Carter and Robert Joseph debate whether the wine world is heading for trouble, with Robert Joseph taking the NO position.
A pop-up Rosé Mansion has opened in New York, dedicated to everything rosé. Liza B. Zimmerman paid a visit.
An international survey into the effects of alcohol has revealed that Germans get more argumentative when drunk, while Swedes are more likely to get amorous.
The game of Monopoly, where players compete for real estate, has a lot to teach the wine industry, says Robert Joseph.
The Madeira Wine Institute has created a novel scheme to help still wine production flourish on the island. Rui Falcão reports.
While some in the wine trade search for rational formulae, Roger Morris reports that simple logic is often simply wrong. Price is in the mind of the buyer, not the seller.
Denmark, unlike its neighbours, is not a monopoly market. Elsebeth Lohfert explains how it works.