Once you’ve found your winery or product story, how do you turn it into effective marketing material? Rebecca Hopkins has some answers.
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According to an official spokesman of Alexander Tkachev, Russia’s Minister of Agriculture, Russian business people are showing an increased interest in acquiring or establishing wineries in the EU.
Emerging technology will put a personal servant in the hands of just about everybody, says Robert Joseph, changing the way we order wine.
Counterfeiting of desirable wines is a growth industry and it’s becoming more sophisticated. Adam Lechmere learns how to spot a fake.
Stephen Quinn took himself along to the first ever edition of Loire Millesime, a wine fair organized by InterLoire, which ended this weekend.
South Africa has large areas of old vines that are waiting to be found. Felicity Carter hears about the search and rescue efforts.
Rebecca Hopkins received a huge response to her article "The Challenges of Working with Wine." Clearly, the topic has touched a nerve.
It's one thing for retailers to create their own wines, says Robert Joseph. But are they now going a step too far?
San Leonardo in Trentino won the 2017 Vinitaly International Award for Italy, for its commitment to tradition. Felicity Carter hears something of the history.
The Soave Consorzio conducted a wine tasting using augmented reality. Felicity Carter gave it a spin.
Vinitaly in Verona is a showcase of stylish people and innovative stands. But below the surface, says Robert Joseph, a lot is going on.