As climate change brings heat and drought, the wine industry is responding with irrigation. Michelle Bouffard asks how sustainable that really is.
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Tim Hanni MW sheds light on how human taste is formed and what it means for the marketing of wine. An interview by Robert Joseph.
When Robert Joseph went to Russia recently, he noticed that things had changed. The world of wine is about to be turned on its head.
Orange wines are coming into their own, says Simon Woolf. He tracks the rise of this once rare wine style.
November and December see a calendar packed with important events. Here are four significant ones you should consider attending.
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.