Christof Queisser, Rotkäppchen-Mumm, is Wine Entrepreneur of the Year.
Wine Business International
Many winery websites are missing key elements, according to a speaker at the recent International Wine Tourism Conference. Paul Richer advises on changes that can have a big payoff.
Podcasts are exploding in popularity, with millions of new listeners downloading them each year. One such podcast is the Italian Wine Podcast, which turns two this month. Felicity Carter reports.
Meininger’s Weinwelt magazine, Germany’s top wine consumer publication, turns 20 this year. Editor-in-chief Ilka Lindeman has seen a dramatic change in the world of wine over that time. She speaks to Felicity Carter.
Once an obscure wine, Picpoul de Pinet is rocketing up the charts. Elizabeth Gabay MW charts its rise.
Making iconic wines and selling them at luxury prices is a challenging feat, especially in obscure regions, yet some wineries are managing it. Roger Morris maps their roads to success.
Wine fraud only seems to matter if the wines being counterfeited are well-known labels. Robert Joseph wonders why.
Since its launch in 1992, Gérard Bertrand’s company has not only achieved a turnover of more than €100m, but has firmly established Languedoc as a producer of fine wines. He speaks with Robert Joseph.
Australia and Italy have been at odds over whether the name Prosecco refers to a grape or a geographical indication. Now, the New Zealand market is becoming involved. Jeni Port reports.
Californian wineries are having to work harder to attract visitors. Liza B. Zimmerman attends a conference where some customer acquisition strategies were outlined.
Robert Joseph is often asked why he's not more positive when he writes about wine. He explains why it's important to look on the dark side of life.