Wine Business International

Kristy Sammis, CLEVER

If you're trying to attract the attention of the Millennials, you need to be on Instragram. You might need to recruit some influencers as well. Social media guru Kristy Sammis explains how to do it to Felicity Carter.

Josko Gravner. Photo by Simon Woolf
18. January 2019 - 12:00

As orange wines emerge on wine lists and retail shelves alike, Simon Woolf argues that orange is no fad, but a way to make some grapes sing.

The Tasting Zone at ProWein 2018
18. January 2019 - 11:00

This year ProWein celebrates its 25th year anniversary, having achieved a place at the centre of the international wine world.

18. January 2019 - 10:15

New figures show that wine drinking continues to grow in the US, even though overall alcohol consumption is declining. Sophie Kevany reports.

18. September 2008 - 13:00

by Arjun Ramachandran at The Sydney Morning Herald

18. September 2008 - 13:00

by Victor de la Serna

If the burgeoning trend toward a return to lower-alcohol wine is confirmed by market behaviour over the next few years, Spain will be in trouble. Climate change on top of its dry, hot natural conditions has translated into an increasing number of wines above 14% and, quite often, 15% alcohol, and that is more and more frowned upon by some critics and at least part of the public.

18. September 2008 - 13:00

by Sophie Kevany

If the 2008 harvest volume estimates are correct, this year the Italians, much to their delight, will produce about 4m hectolitres more wine than France.

17. September 2008 - 13:00

by Sophie Kevany

Harvesting in the Champagne area of France began on 12 September, with the expectation that 2008 yields will be lower than last year, due in part to lower Chardonnay volumes.

16. September 2008 - 13:00

by Kevin McCallum at the Press Democrat

16. September 2008 - 13:00

by Subhash Arora

India’s minister for horticulture in the state of Karnataka, Umesh Katti, has announced establishment of two wine parks in his state as public-private partnership projects to increase grape cultivation and quality wine production. by Subhash Arora

15. September 2008 - 13:00

by Joseph Chaney at Reuters

China could become the industry's next Chile: a font of quality and affordable wines. China's wine industry is expected to grow to roughly $13.7bn in 2010, up from $10.5bn in 2007, according to research from Euromonitor, and experts say it could be the world's eighth largest wine consumer by 2012.