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Is it better to go with a big or small US wine distributor?

The big US distributors are merging. But, says Jim Clarke, this has opened opportunities with small distributors that smaller brands should consider.

Early bird discount for Meininger‘s International Conference ends soon

The Meininger’s International Wine Conference 2020, held the day before ProWein, puts younger consumers under the microscope - and you can get 10% of your registration if you enrol by midnight, 31 January 2020.
 

Fast learners rule in China's wine communication network

Stand still in China and you'll get left behind, delegates at the Wine Media Conference 2019 were told. Jeni Port reports.

The wine lovers of Kuala Lumpur

Young consumers in Malaysia’s capital are beginning to adopt wine. Debra Meiburg MW reports.

A look inside Germany's Top 100 event

The Sommelier Summit, followed by the Top 100 tasting, is Germany's premier event for sommeliers. Felicity Carter took a look.

Why Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc is such a success

Jamie Goode looks at the unique set of circumstances that launched the phenomenon known as Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc.

How much water into wine?

Igor Serdyuk went along to the plenary session of the World Wine Trade Group to hear a discussion about water.

Advice on doing business in Japan

Japan is an important market for wine, though not an easy one. James Lawrence gets advice on doing business there, from four people who know the market well.

"They're only in it for the money"

Being open about wanting to make a profit in wine attracts criticism, says Robert Joseph. Yet he argues that maybe it's time more people said it.

Young Brazilians take to wine

Brazil, one of the world’s largest economies, is slowly emerging from an economic crisis, a glass of wine in hand. Marcelo Copello reports.

A new wine benchmark for the Southern Rhône

Cellier des Dauphins, one of the most innovative wine groups in France, has launched a new range that has set the critics talking.

Is oenology the best policy?

French insurance companies and other financial institutions are gambling on domaines and châteaux. Roger Morris reports

Advice on doing wine business in Australia

James Lawrence interviews four experts to get a panoramic view of working with the Australian wine market.

Inside the Barossa Valley

Barossa winemaking has come a long way since the days of chasing Parker points, finds Jeni Port

Malbec’s own country

Close to 70% of all Argentine wine grows in the region of Mendoza, including the country’s most famous vintages. Jürgen Mathäß reports.