Features

Burgundy may not be such a great investment after all

The financial media has claimed that investing in fine wine yields better returns than other asset classes. Andrew Chalk looks at one of these claims and finds it's full of holes.

Inside the Colchagua Valley in Chile

The Colchagua Valley in Chile is the home of some of Chile’s most iconic wineries. Marcela Burgos explores the region.

Do commercial wines create wine lovers?

Do big brand wines bring people to the wine category? Or should people be encouraged to bypass them altogether? Felicity Carter asks those in the know.

Coffee with a dash of wine

Why are natural wines appearing in coffee bars worldwide? Simon J. Woolf goes looking for answers.

Who’s Who in Prosecco

Prosecco has been one of the great vinous success stories of the past decade. Elisabetta Tosi identifies who has made that possible.

Inside China’s digital wine fortress

Do you know your two micros from your one shake? If not, Janet Wang is here to guide you through China’s digital wine economy.

The online challenge for wine

Felicity Carter pays a visit to HAWESKO, Germany’s number one online wine retailer, to hear more about its digital strategy.

A new wine benchmark for the Southern Rhône

Cellier des Dauphins, one of the most innovative wine groups in France, has launched a new range that has set the critics talking.

Cabernet, the monarch of the vineyards

Despite all the talk of new varieties, Cabernet Sauvignon remains the world’s most popular red. Robert Joseph charts its rise