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Hong Kong in turmoil

Amid civil unrest and growing competition from rival events, Hong Kong’s annual International Wine and Spirits Fair offered compelling speakers and insights. Felicity Carter reports.

An American entrepreneur in Burgundy

The work that Michael Baum has been doing at Château de Pommard shows what an injection of energy - and money - can do. Richard Woodard reports.

Who's Who in the Spanish wine industry

Barnaby Eales looks at the major figures behind one of Europe’s most diverse and exciting wine countries.

Where next for the Wine and Spirits Education Trust?

Not only did the WSET turn 50 this year, but it's undergoing a rapid expansion. Felicity Carter caught up with CEO Ian Harris, who explains his hopes for a Guinness World Record.

Inside the Colchagua Valley in Chile

The Colchagua Valley in Chile is the home of some of Chile’s most iconic wineries. Marcela Burgos explores the region.

Poland's top wine buyers

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

Are California's fires a sign of the new normal?

The catastrophic Kincade fire may be contained, but is it a sign of things to come? If so, will wine producers have to plan for wild fires? Jeff Siegel looks at the evidence.

How the blackout hit California's wineries

On Wednesday, 9 October, California's electricity was shut off in a series of rolling blackouts. Jeff Siegel found out what happened next.

A tribute to Georges Duboeuf

Robert Joseph looks back at the life of French wine legend Georges Duboeuf, who not only created a global wine brand, but who also injected elements of fun and carnival into wine.

Solving the "last mile" wine delivery problem

The final part of the delivery chain can be the most environmentally damaging. Robert Joseph looks at the situation.

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.

A whole world of wine apps

A French group has created an umbrella organisation for wine tech start-ups. Sophie Kevany finds out more.

The wine buyers of the Netherlands

The Dutch economy is booming and people have more money to spend, says Cees van Casteren MW. He reveals the buyers who are supplying the wine.

The foundation of Los Chacayes

When François Lurton created his Chacayes wine brand, he never thought it would result in a whole new region. He spoke to Felicity Carter 

Inside Taipei's wine market

Debra Meiburg MW takes a look at what’s happening in wine in Taiwan’s capital city.