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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Professor Dr Simone Loose of Geisenheim University discussed the future of wine drinking in Germany at the recent Meininger's International Wine Conference.
Consolidation in the Russian wine industry is having a negative impact on production, says Eugene Gerden.
Robert Joseph went to a discussion on Liebfraumilch at ProWein. He was left scratching his head.
Wine consumers in Europe’s cold north are navigating their way through big brands, a big monopoly, and vibrant restaurant wine lists, reports Ilkka Sirén.
The Bordelais haven't always been interested in wine tourism. Not only has that changed, but growth is about to explode. Felicity Carter speaks to the CIVB.
Wine may be a healthy beverage, but working in the wine trade can be distinctly unhealthy, between the long haul travel, the late nights and the excess food and wine. Rebecca Hopkins says it's time we came up with a way to deal with it.
Premiumisation has become the name of the wine game - but how do producers get higher prices in a tight market? Robert Joseph has some thoughts.
One Italian hypermarket has created a private label that’s a good deal for both consumers and producers, finds Michaela Morris.
The 2017 Meininger Award, ‘Excellence in Wine & Spirits’, held at the InterContinental in Düsseldorf, honoured giants of the wine and spirits industry.
Major Spanish producer Freixenet is expanding its sparkling portfolio with a Prosecco DOC and a Prosecco DOCG, which it launched at ProWein.