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Germany’s Best of Riesling 2019 results announced

This year, 2,445 Rieslings from around the world were judged at Germany's Best of Riesling competition.

Casella receives serious sales offers

Casella Family Brands, the producers of Yellow Tale, have been approached to sell. It's another example of the turmoil happening at the commercial end of the wine market.

Bellavista named partner of the World’s 50 Best Restaurants Award

The World’s 50 Best Restaurants Award is one of the most important events on the culinary calendar. Bellavista from Franciacorta in Italy has become a partner.

wine2wine puts out a call for speakers

Are you an expert in your field? Can you present in an engaging way and keep an audience interested? If so, apply to be a speaker at wine2wine, the forum that takes place in Verona each November.

Buyers in the UK market

Despite the prospect of Brexit, the UK remains a significant market. James Lawrence identifies the major buyers.

What's the future for wine crossover styles?

Wines aged in bourbon barrels and wine-flavoured beers are appearing on shelves. Jeff Siegel explores the wine crossover.

Australia’s great red wine hope

Penfolds Bin 389, a blend of Cabernet and Shiraz, is a hit in China. Jeni Port asks what this augurs for other Australian producers.

Crunch time in Württemberg

One of Germany’s largest wine regions is grappling with change. Clemens Gerke reports.

Soave at the crossroads

Soave is one of the great white wine regions of Italy. But it’s a struggle to get consumers to recognise this. Simon J. Woolf reports.

The wine tie-in

Doing licensing deals with big media is proving lucrative for some wineries. Jeff Siegel reports.

Who’s Who in Sicily

Elisabetta Tosi goes inside Sicily to show how this  diverse island functions as a wine region.

Natural wine's divide

An argument is going on within the natural wine community over the merits of glou-glou. Simon Woolf explains.

The backyard Côte d’Or

Silicon Valley’s technology barons are leading a winemaking renaissance in their backyard. Roger Morris reports

Inside Winesellers

Jeff Siegel pays a visit to Winesellers in Chicago and finds out how this family-run import business works.

Tier 1 trends in China

There are signs that engaged Chinese consumers are looking beyond red wines from traditional regions. Jim Boyce reports.