Robert Joseph created a survey to try to understand how the wine trade thinks about the future — and he’s already had some surprising insights.
Wine Business International
by Ned Goodwin
Despite a penchant for brands and a tendency to treat wine as a symbol of hushed reverence, the market for alternative packaging in Japan is
by Hervé Lalau and Bernard Burtschy
by Luis Antunes
Only a few short years ago there were numerous exotic little regions of production in southeastern Portugal such as
Borba, Reguengos, Évora, Moura and Portalegre. Eight years after their reorganisation into the single Denominação de Origem Controlada around the name Alentejo, the region is making a serious effort to increase their exports in terms of volume, value and number of destinations.
by Michèle Shah
by James Halliday
by Daniel Lopez Roca
Caucasia Wine Thinking from Mendoza presented a sober study on recent exports earlier this week. Perhaps it most interesting aspect was the
by Robert Gorjak
Things did not start well for the Slovenian vintners in the spring of 2006. It was cool and damp all over the country - and vegetation two weeks late. June and July
were hot and dry. In less well managed vineyards vines showed little vigour. August brought another surprise, with unusually low temperature and high rainfall. September, though, was perfectly warm and dry.
by Charles Metcalfe
by eljko Suhadolnik
by Richard Grosche