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Innovation in Sherry

Forty years ago, Sherry was a popular drink. Jamie Goode looks at what went wrong, and current efforts to revive the category.

Japan's sparkling wine market

The Japanese have a strong interest in sparkling wine. Roddy Ropner looks at what they’re drinking.

In vino, Vérité

Jess Jackson dreamed of making a world-class California Merlot. His French partner, Pierre Seillan, had his sights set even higher. Together, Roger Morris writes, they surpassed expectations.

Who’s Who in Prosecco

Prosecco has been one of the great vinous success stories of the past decade. Elisabetta Tosi identifies who has made that possible.

California's dry future

How will California’s growing regions adapt to drier conditions? Jeff Siegel investigates.

The pink of ambition

Gérard Bertrand has launched a wildly expensive and ambitious rosé. Robert Joseph looks at the man behind the label.

ProWine buzzes in Shanghai

Despite the proliferation of trade fairs in Asia, ProWine China has established itself as a must-attend event. Felicity Carter attends and reports on what she learned about the Chinese market.

Chile's approach to water

As meltwater from the Andes declines, Chilean winemakers must grapple with water shortages. Marcela Burgos reports.

Cabernet, the monarch of the vineyards

Despite all the talk of new varieties, Cabernet Sauvignon remains the world’s most popular red. Robert Joseph charts its rise