A pop-up Rosé Mansion has opened in New York, dedicated to everything rosé. Liza B. Zimmerman paid a visit.
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When Chinese consumers want to know more about wine, they don’t turn to magazines. Meet the sommeliers who influence the on-trade by Debra Meiburg MW.
Young people are drinking less. Wine companies are turning to cannabis. Climate change is coming. Felicity Carter and Robert Joseph debate whether the wine world is heading for trouble, with Felicity Carter saying YES, it is.
Young people are drinking less. Wine companies are turning to cannabis. Climate change is coming. Felicity Carter and Robert Joseph debate whether the wine world is heading for trouble, with Robert Joseph taking the NO position.
By Elissaveta Velianova
After the notoriously poor harvests in 2004 and 2005, the much awaited 2006 vintage brought a breath of fresh air for Bulgarian winemakers. The Executive Agency on
by Charles Metcalfe
The second edition of The Wine Show in London took place this past weekend from the 26th to 29th of October. Last year was the first vintage of this
by Michael Fridjhon
Despite the slide in the value of the Rand from 10.60 to the Pound in the first four months of 2006 to 14.00 today, South African exporters are less than
by Tony Aspler
A new book published last week documents the phenomenal growth of the domestic Canadian wine industry over the past ten years. 'The Wine Atlas of
by Ana Maria Barahona
The most recent export statistics released by Wines of Chile, which promote Chilean wines abroad, was received by domestic growers with some relief. Exports in
By Bernard Burtschy
The European commission has just released another ten million litres of French wine for distillation. France, Italy and Spain are Europe's largest producers
by Hervé Lalau
On October 27th regulation 1935/2004 on food safety - and traceability - came into force in the European Community. Its article 17 states: "The traceability of materials