Cruise ships need large volumes of wine to keep their captive audience happy. Liza B. Zimmerman looks at where they find it.
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Whether it's finding new ways to make empty wine bottles less sad, or giving prisoners a helping hand, the Frescobaldi family has made its mark. Felicity Carter speaks to Marchese Lamberto Frescobaldi.
Champagne is facing fierce competition from other styles of sparkling wine, particularly Prosecco. James Lawrence charts the fight back.
The winemaker behind the new wine believes that vegan wines have a bright future.
To understand the way the Bordeaux wine trade is likely to evolve, says Robert Joseph, look to what happened with tea.
A panel of experts came together at Vinexpo to discuss the implications of Brexit for the wine trade. Sophie Kevany reports.
Sparkling wine has rarely been seen on US domestic airlines. But now, reports Liza B. Zimmerman, Prosecco is making a grand entrance.
Competitive wine taste offs have become popular in China and Russia. Robert Joseph says the wine trade should watch carefully.
The volume of wine imports to Russia may significantly decline already this year, due to a new excise decision. Eugene Gerden reports.
Look at the way Trump consumes information, and it can tell you a lot about the modern wine consumer, says Robert Joseph.
The reduction of sulphur has allowed an unusual wine fault to emerge. Simon Woolf asks why some wines taste like the bottom of a mouse cage.