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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.
Felicity Carter speaks to Jean-Guillaume Prats the CEO of DBR (Lafite), about the challenges of balancing innovation and tradition, and how to make business decisions.
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.
How much would you pay for 1,000 litres of water? A dollar? Does that sound reasonable? Robert Joseph looks at the cost of turning water into wine.
Canada can be a lucrative place to do business. Michaela Morris explains how the country’s biggest market works and who its buyers are.
From 2021, wine producers who sell their wines in the EU will have to reveal their ingredients. Robert Joseph has a few thoughts on what this might mean.
A cooler climate is drawing innovative producers to the south of Chile, reports Marcela Burgos.
Like other plants, oak trees are being affected by climate change. But, as Jim Clarke reports, good research is hard to find.
Heading to ProWein to meet with a US importer? Or are you trying to establish a relationship another way? Roger Morris investigates the best approach.
This week, Constellation announced that it had sold 30 of its low-end wine and spirits brand to Gallo. What does this say about the US market? Jeff Siegel offers an analysis.
Guangzhou is an important port city situated to the northwest of Hong Kong. It’s also a key Chinese market for wine. Debra Meiburg MW reports.
The Chengdu wine fair isn't just one event, but many. Robert Joseph gets into a taxi and heads out to take a look.
Germany has one of the world’s most stable economies, and is a key player and important influencer in the wine industry. Wolfgang Fassbender reports.
If your wine brand targets Millennials, Instagram is now an essential marketing tool, writes Rebecca Gibb MW.
To tackle the problem of bottles ending in landfill, many European regions are turning to reuse. Barnaby Eales reports.