Alice Feiring is not just a writer and passionate advocate for natural wines. She’s also controversial, as Felicity Carter discovers.
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San Leonardo in Trentino won the 2017 Vinitaly International Award for Italy, for its commitment to tradition. Felicity Carter hears something of the history.
The Soave Consorzio conducted a wine tasting using augmented reality. Felicity Carter gave it a spin.
Vinitaly in Verona is a showcase of stylish people and innovative stands. But below the surface, says Robert Joseph, a lot is going on.
Hawke’s Bay, situated in the North Island, produces some of New Zealand’s most notable red wines. Yet, says Rebecca Gibb MW, it struggles for attention.
Container transport has become the method of choice for shipping wine around the globe, changing the underlying dynamics of the wine market.
Dramatic growing conditions in 2016 led to plenty of anxiety in Bordeaux. But, says Roger Morris, the final wines are sublime. He reports on En Primeur.
Old oak casks have always been exchanged between different beverage producers, but now they're finding a new and different audience. Felicity Carter reports.
Normally, wines exported to China are slapped with a 48.2% tax. A year-old scheme, however, can halve that. Oliver Zhou explains.
How does en primeur stack up as an investment strategy? Robert Joseph has some thoughts.
The Republic of Finland is situated on the same latitude as Alaska and Siberia, which suggests a good market for strong red wine. According to the market experts consulted by James Lawrence, however, the market situation is a bit more complex than that.