While consumers may know Prosecco as an off-dry, fruity fizz, new styles are emerging. Giles Fallowfield took a look.
Wine Business International
A new report forecasts strong demand for low to no alcohol wines. Sophie Kevany reports on whether the wine trade can meet that demand.
Once an obscure wine, Picpoul de Pinet is rocketing up the charts. Elizabeth Gabay MW charts its rise.
Making iconic wines and selling them at luxury prices is a challenging feat, especially in obscure regions, yet some wineries are managing it. Roger Morris maps their roads to success.
by Yair Koren
Although picking began in late July, the 2006 vintage in Israel lasted until mid November, illustrating the enormous differences in microclimates in this small country. Yields were very low, particularly in the Judean Hills and Samson regions.
by Michèle Shah
by Charles Metcalfe
Silence has fallen since last weekend s Sunday Telegraph s article suggesting a merrier Christmas than ever . The article predicted a European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruling on November 23 that would sweep away all import taxes on alcohol and cigarettes .
by Michael Fridjhon
by Bernard Burtschy and Hervé Lalau
by Robert Joseph and Hervé Lalau
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