The new president of the United States has a very poor opinion of alcohol. But his family also owns a winery. So what might Donald Trump's impact on the wine industry be?
Wine Business International
In our tenth anniversary issue, we looked at how the wine world has changed in the past decade. Rebecca Gibb MW tackles New Zealand.
As part of our tenth anniversary series, our writers looked at the past decade in their home markets. Wojciech Bońkowski tackles Poland.
When a Champagne body took a wine educator to court, many saw it as a David versus Goliath battle. Jeni Port looks at the brand protection issues involve.
In the 40 years since the famous Paris tasting, there have been many claims made about its impact. Felicity Carter asks whether they're true.
The 1976 Paris tasting was a landmark event, which encouraged a rash of imitators. Adam Lechmere reports.
When the first issue of Meininger’s Wine Business International hit the printing press in 2006, the wine world was a very different place. Scott Saunders explains what's changed in the US market since then.
Want to know where wine ecommerce is heading? Then look to China, where it's already advanced. Felicity Carter reports on the O2O trend.
Wine communicators are always advising wineries to tell their stories. Felicity Carter has found one winery doing just that.
Palm Bay International is one of the USA’s largest wine importers. Roger Morris reports on how they bring wine from around the world to the American consumer.
Jeni Port reveals the startling results of the first-ever international women in wine survey, involving hundreds of women across six major wine-producing countries.