A new wine exchange

Although bulk wine doesn’t get its share of attention, it’s big business. And now, finds Robert Joseph, someone has built a bulk wine exchange.

Grandes Pagos ignites terroir debate

Some of Spain’s top estates have come together to promote a terroir story. James Lawrence discovers this is not without controversy.

A swirl of blenders

That Rioja is considering introducing regional designations has shaken some producers. Adam Lechmere pays a visit to some passionate blenders.

In their own words

Jeni Port reveals the startling results of the first-ever international women in wine survey, involving hundreds of women across six major wine-producing countries.

Being in the luxury business

An interview with Christopher Descours by Felicity Carter

Solving Chile’s conundrum

Chile has the ability to make wine from any grape in any style. But, as Roger Morris reports, the hard part has been crafting its brand image.

A chacun son goût

As research unlocks individual wine components, researchers are discovering they mean different things to different people. Dr Jamie Goode investigates.

The next ten years

If the wine world has changed dramatically in the past decade, what does the next one hold? Our senior editorial team make their predictions.

A judgement of the judgement

In the 40 years since the famous Paris tasting, there have been many claims made about its impact. Felicity Carter examines one of the big ones.

The Judgement of History

The 1976 Paris tasting was a landmark event, which encouraged a rash of imitators. Adam Lechmere reports.

100 years of stories

Wine communicators are always advising wineries to tell their stories. Felicity Carter has found one winery doing just that.

Ten years later

When the first issue of Meininger’s Wine Business International hit the printing press in 2006, the wine world was a very different place. Correspondents from around the world explain how things have changed.

The bulk wine broker

An interview with Greg Livengood by Robert Joseph