The world of wine relies too heavily on a handful of grapes, a situation that Wine Mosaic wants to change. Felicity Carter speaks to the founders.
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As part of its push to become self reliant and free of the need to import goods and materials from Europe, the Russian government has announced ambitious plans to increase its wine production. Eugene Gerden reports.
Jeff Siegel has spoken to members of the wine trade directly affected by the wildfires raging across California.
New and low cost research tools means it's now possible to create routes to the markets you want to target. Robert Joseph explains,
When the new iPhone was launched, Apple CEO Tim Cook declared that now everybody could use augmented reality software. What will this mean for wine? Robert Joseph has some thoughts.
The library of rare books being assembled at Château Haut-Brion offers a glimpse into the evolution of food and wine. Felicity Carter paid a visit.
If a devastating frost wasn't bad enough, Bordeaux has also been hit by a string of grape robberies. Sophie Kevany reports.
Soave is both a dry white wine made from Garganega, and an Italian region trying to create a premium identity. Giles Fallowfield reports.
A California startup claims that a DNA analysis can identify taste preferences. Liza B. Zimmerman takes the test.
Stephen Quinn pays Serbia a visit and discovers that an ancient wine culture is moving into the modern world.