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Tio Pepe En Rama celebrates ten years

It's well known that the Sherry category is in decline. So how did one new product buck the trend?

Côtes du Rhône launches its new campaign

Côtes du Rhône has always been trail blazing when it comes to advertising. They've just launched their latest campaign.

How the modern Champagne bottle was created

There was a time when cellarmasters wore iron masks, to save their faces from exploding glass bottles. And then, an enterprising German changed everything. Barnaby Eales explains.

Where's the Riesling?

Whose responsibility is it to get consumers to try things? Should supermarkets be trying to widen their customers' tastes? Robert Joseph weighs in.

Valuable wine destroyed in French warehouse fire

Up to two million bottles of wines and spirits were destroyed by a fire that raged through a warehouse in Bordeaux.

Australian wine companies accused of influencing influencers

VicHealth, a health promotion foundation, has accused Australia's alcohol companies of using social media influencers without disclosing sponsorship. They named two wine companies.

German study suggests non alcoholic wine should be a priority

A new study from Germany has revealed positive consumer attitudes towards non alcoholic beverages. Is it time the wine industry took this segment as seriously as the beer industry does?

Masseto now has its own winery

Masseto, one of Italy's most celebrated wines, now has a winery of its own to call home.

Craft beer and cider makers are using the language of wine

It's time the wine industry took notice of what's going on in cider and craft beer, says Reka Haros. Not only are they beginning to speak the language of wine, they're also eyeing the wine consumer.

Robert Joseph recounts his failures

Yesterday, Robert Joseph was awarded the Innovations Award by Vinventions, part of the Born Digital Wine Awards, for his contribution to the wine industry over many years. Here, he recalls what he's learned from failure.

Born Digital Wine Awards winners announced

The winners of the innovative Born Digital Wine Awards, created to identify the best digital wine content, have just been announced.

Wine’s emerging water crisis

As more regions struggle with water shortages, Michelle Bouffard takes a look at one initiative to help conserve this precious resource.

Wine adds more than €14bn to Italy's economy

The results of a new survey were released at Vinitaly this week, giving a snapshot of Italian wine consumption - and just how vital it is for the economy.

Fusion wine has its place

Wine blends built on unusual combinations, or from grapes taken across different regions, have a long tradition, says Robert Joseph. Maybe it's time to take them seriously once again.

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