Priorat’s new structure

Having seen the need for a quality classification, Priorat winemakers have made it happen. Miquel Hudin reports on the result.

Flame thrower

Alice Feiring is not just a writer and passionate advocate for natural wines. She’s also controversial, as Felicity Carter discovers.

The Border wines

In a region bathed in blood by two world wars, winemakers of two nationalities work hand in hand toward a new future. Wojciech Bońkowski reports from the Italian-Slovenian border.

The Vino Nobile gap

The market for vineyards in Montepulciano is booming, reports Michaela Morris. But will these investments ever pay off?

There’s an app for that

The technology exists to predict what music and movies customers will enjoy, but nothing similar has existed for wine. Until now. Felicity Carter meets Amy Gross.

The mousiness problem

The reduction of sulphur has allowed an unusual wine fault to emerge. Simon Woolf asks why some wines taste like the bottom of a mouse cage.

Vinexpo’s CEO

An interview with Guillaume Deglise  by Robert Joseph

A revolution in closures

Vinventions doesn’t just offer different types of closures – it wants to revolutionise the category. Felicity Carter paid a visit.

New Zealand’s red secret

Hawke’s Bay, situated in the North Island, produces some of New Zealand’s most notable red wines. Yet, says Rebecca Gibb MW, it struggles for attention.

The beauty of aged vines

South Africa has large areas of old vines that are waiting to be found. Felicity Carter hears about the search and rescue efforts.