Jeni Port meets Nigel Greening, the ad man who turned Felton Road into one of the hottest wine properties in the cool climate area of Otago, New Zealand.
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A recent academic paper attempts to debunk the idea that men and women taste differently. Robert Joseph finds it unpalatable.
Discussions of terroir tend to turn on soil. But, asks Felicity Carter, what if there’s a whole dimension that’s been missed? And could it lead to terroir in a jar?
Amazon's pop-up bar experiment will conclude today. How successful was it? Liza B. Zimmerman speaks to an intrepid local, who braved hours-long queues to find out.
Amazon is to close its wine division. What does this mean for the future of wine retail? Robert Joseph weighs in.
Amazon is to shutter Amazon Wine, reports Liza B. Zimmerman. What does this mean for the online wine market in the USA?
Blue wine drinks are popping up everywere, to the revulsion of the wine trade and the delight of Instagrammers. What’s going on? Felicity Carter goes looking for answers.
New figures show that the tide is turning for Australia's wine exporters.
The cork industry has not only been working to eliminate TCA, but is also taking cork in new directions. Felicity Carter reports.
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.