To tackle the problem of bottles ending up in landfill, many European regions are finding ingenious ways to reuse bottles, rather than recycling them. Barnaby Eales reports.
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A team of hopeful German vintners are training hard, getting ready to take on the Vatican soccer team. What are their chances against a team of players who have God on their side?
The wine industry isn't doing enough to grow its consumer base, according to a recent Gomberg, Fredrikson & Associates review. Liza B, Zimmerman reports.
Casella Family Brands, the company behind [yellow tail] brought their new Magic Box collection to ProWein.
by Rich Cartiere
Over the past three years Riesling as a category has grown by nearly 75% on the American market and now accounts for almost 2% of total sales in the
by Ronald de Groot
Otto Lenselink, 56, sold his eponymous Dutch importing company to the Belgian enterprise Fourcroy in 1995. He stayed on as managing director in the
by Michael Fridjhon
The annual auction of the Cape Winemakers Guild (CWG) is an event which has come to be regarded as a barometer of the health of the top-end of the
by Bernard Burtschy
Château Fourcas Hosten, a Cru Bourgeois Supérieur in Listrac, has changed hands. Peter M. F. Sichel from New York, who is the also managing
by Victor de la Serna
Although against the European decision to condone the use of oak chips to flavour wine, the Consejo Regulador in Rioja plans to allow its
by Charles Metcalfe
I think we may have seen the best of the recent run of high prices, confided David Elswood at lunch after a sale of Finest & Rarest Wines on
by Subhash Arora
Vijay Mallya, chairman of UB Group, the largest beer and spirit s company in India has announced his foray into the wine market. After failing to buy