Latest Articles

Latest Articles

The battle over fungicides

The EU is tightening rules governing copper usage. Sophie Kevany looks at whether there are any real alternatives.

Southeast Asia's wealthiest market

Singapore is strong, stable and full of millionaires. Debra Meiburg MW maps the island city-state's wine market.

Regenerative agriculture in Bordeaux

Felicity Carter pays Domaine Émile Grelier a visit to see the future of viticulture.

Australia's quiet achiever

An interview with John Casella, creator of [yellow tail], by Felicity Carter.

Sicilia en primeur 2019

Felicity Carter visits Syracuse to hear about Sicilian wine and to taste the latest vintage. 

The birth of a wine brand

What does it take to launch a wine brand in the US? Roger Morris follows the creation of Kin & Cascadia.

It's time to give Moscato some respect

It may be sweet and simple, but it's opening doors for new drinkers. Robert Joseph says the wine trade should show Moscato some love.

The end of the wine spreadsheet

Winemakers are hit with constant requests for product information. Felicity Carter reports on a better way to answer the demands.

That awkward phase

Do wine regions go through adolescence? Robert Joseph explores the idea.

New wine authentification app launched

A French online auctioneer, iDealwine, has created a wine verification tool using blockchain and RFID technology.

What keeps the wine tourists coming?

It’s generally more profitable to keep existing customers than acquire new ones. Robin M. Back PhD looks at how one wine tourism investment that inspires return visits.

Climate change at the tipping point

A report on the the latest iteration of the Familia Torres climate change conference by Felicity Carter.

Vinexpo 2019: A turning point for Europe's fairs

Vinexpo’s visitor numbers plummeted by 30% this year. Felicity Carter asks how the fallout will affect other fairs.

Wine profits at the lower end

When everyone is talking about trading up, why are some wine companies going the other way? Jeff Siegel investigates.

Galileans turn wine into water

Wine-based beverages have been proliferating in the past few years, and now there's a new drink on the shelves: wine-infused water from Israel. Sophie Kevany reports.