Australia’s major scientific body has spent decades working on grape crosses, searching for a uniquely Australian taste. Jeni Port has the story.
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Lugana, a fresh white wine from the Lake Garda region, has become popular thanks to wine tourism. Elisabetta Tosi charts its rise.
Our Breakthrough Brands series looks at the brands that changed wine, whether they launched a new category, overturned an old one, or became a consumer staple.
How much does the name of something matter? According to new research, it matters a great deal. Robert Joseph explains.
Should China adopt a Western lexicon of wine, or one forged by its own people? Jeni Port looks at the thorny issue of translation.
Some of wine's most successful brand builders are taking a leaf out of the perfume playbook, says Robert Joseph.
Poland is one of Europe’s fastest-growing wine markets, with sales doubling since 2010. Wojciech Bońkowski asked Konrad Korzeniewski for advice on which approaches work best with the different distribution tiers.
At the end of this year, the EU must decide whether to reapprove the use of copper in organic farming. Darren Smith reports.
After years of being seen as a red wine country, Italy is making a big impact with its white wines. Wojciech Bońkowski analyses the trend.
Wine quality is only part of the success story, says Robert Joseph. The label needs to do plenty of the work as well.
More than 4,300 wines were tasted and rated at the Summer Tasting of Mundus Vini, held in Neustadt an der Weinstraße in Germany at the end of August.