Wine Business International

Alice Feiring is not just a writer and passionate advocate for natural wines. She’s also controversial, as Felicity Carter discovers.

21. April 2017 - 10:30

San Leonardo in Trentino won the 2017 Vinitaly International Award for Italy, for its commitment to tradition. Felicity Carter hears something of the history.

13. April 2017 - 16:30

The Soave Consorzio conducted a wine tasting using augmented reality. Felicity Carter gave it a spin.

13. April 2017 - 14:45

Vinitaly in Verona is a showcase of stylish people and innovative stands. But below the surface, says Robert Joseph, a lot is going on.

Sacred Hill, Hawke's Bay/New Zealand Winegrowers
13. April 2017 - 13:30

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.

13. April 2017 - 12:00

Container transport has become the method of choice for shipping wine around the globe, changing the underlying dynamics of the wine market.

Picture by Roger Morris
10. April 2017 - 10:15

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.

5. April 2017 - 14:30

Old oak casks have always been exchanged between different beverage producers, but now they're finding a new and different audience. Felicity Carter reports.

5. April 2017 - 12:00

Normally, wines exported to China are slapped with a 48.2% tax. A year-old scheme, however, can halve that. Oliver Zhou explains.

5. April 2017 - 11:45

How does en primeur stack up as an investment strategy? Robert Joseph has some thoughts.

 Konstanze Kugler, Finnish market analyst, IWSR
5. April 2017 - 11:30

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.

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