An innovative wine distributor has created a bar that is helping to change the wine landscape of Barcelona. Barnaby Eales reports.
Wine Business International
Wine businesses across the world are facing questions of how and when to pass the business on to the next generation, says Rebecca Gibbs.
Want to be successful in wine? Then don't overlook the value of good, old-fashioned marketing, says Robert Joseph.
News that an orange wine would go on sale in Aldi in the UK at a remarkably low price had British newspapers scurrying to explain the style to readers. Could this be the moment that orange wine goes mainstream in the UK? Felicity Carter talks to the producer behind the wine.
by Jeni Port at the Age
by Elaine Watson for Food Manufacture
by Eric Asimov at the New York Times
by Sophie Kevany
A new lobby group is hoping to persuade France’s 270 online wine sellers to fight proposed legislation that could end web based wine sales in the country. The main aim of the group is to prevent the passing of new laws, as drafted by
a government working group and leaked to the press last week, which, the group says, will put online wine sellers out of business.
by Sophie Sassard, Alessandra Castelli and Elaine Green for the Financial Times
by Michael Fridjhon for Grape.co.za
by Subhash Arora
India’s Four Seasons Wines Ltd., a subsidiary of beer baron Vijay Mallya’s UB group, is to offer contract farmers a stake in the company, as a way of solving a looming grape shortage. It will issue 500 equity shares at a preferential price for every acre of grapes committed to be supplied exclusively to the winery for the next 15 years.