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Resurrecting Recantina

Stephen Quinn reports on an autochthonous variety pulled out by Napoleon’s troops, which has refused to retreat.

Why wine needs branding

Should wine be judged solely on its merits? Is that even possible? Robert Joseph says it's not, and explains why wine needs brands and marketing.

That awkward phase

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

Poland's top wine buyers

Poland is one of the world’s most promising wine markets. Wojciech Bońkowski identifies its key buyers.

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 coming of Penfolds Champagne and Eau d'Sauternes

Penfolds has stirred controversy by launching a Champagne. Robert Joseph looks at how other prestige industries have managed such joint ventures.

Wine break for coffee makers

Coffee and wine have a lot in common. Anton Moiseenko looks at how the Illy family are investing in both.

Inside Chianti Classico

One of Italy’s most historic wine regions is rediscovering its heritage. Elisabetta Tosi explains.

Wine trends in Denmark

Danish consumers are some of the most adventurous in the world. Elsebeth Lohfert looks at what they’re drinking at the moment.

Russia's top wine buyers

Russians may love their spirits, but it’s wine that offers opportunities for growth, turning wine buyers into power brokers. Anton Moiseenko reports.

Wine trends in Norway

As the climate becomes warmer, Norwegian wine preferences are changing. Liora Levi reports.

Cava's trial separation

A group of Cava producers decided to break away from the DO and create their own association. James Lawrence looks at the complicated birth of Corpinnat.

When the wine tourists come

Wine tourism can cause issues ranging from choked highways to reputational damage. Jim Clarke looks at how US regions manage the situation.

Who is Who in Ho Chi Minh city

Vietnam’s largest city is on the rise, and its middle class is embracing wine. Debra Meiburg MW puts the wine trade under the microscope.

The low-alcohol challenge

Consumers are beginning to demand low-alcohol options. Darren Smith speaks to ConeTech about where the technology is up to.