WEINELF, the German soccer team for vintners, have been chosen to play against the national soccer team of the Vatican in June 2019.
This is a very unusual opportunity.
A less robust wine market. Growing sales of premium wines. Concerns about millennial engagement with wine.
These were the top three trends identified by Jon Moramarco, a partner in Gomberg, Fredrikson & Associates noted in his annual review, released in early March.
Casella Family Brands, the company behind blockbuster wine [yellow tail], launched their new brand, The Magic Box Wine Collection, at ProWein this week.
The 15th Meininger Awards – Excellence in Wine and Spirits were awarded at a ceremonial event the evening before the ProWein trade fair. The 2019 wine awards went to Christof Queisser (Rotkäppchen-Mumm), François Schenk (Schenk Holding), Banfi, Osborne, Roman Niewodniczanski (Van Volxem) and Dr.
Ettore Nicoletto, CEO of Italy’s Santa Margherita Wine Group, has been named the new President of the Producers’ Consortium for the Lugana DOC.
The Italian Wine Podcast, launched in March 2017, is celebrating its second anniversary—and contemplating how to take advantage of the ongoing growth of podcasts.
Back in 1999, the Germans who read wine publications had one thing in common: they were all men.
Willi Klinger, the irrepressible head of the Austrian Wine Marketing Board (ÖWM), has announced that he will step down as Managing Director at the end of 2019.
As of today, Chianti Classico has another producers’s association.
Augmented reality wine labels have hit the mainstream, with the release of a new Merlot in time for Halloween. Bloody Merlot, from Romania, went on sale last week at Penny in Germany and Austria for €2.99.
The latest sales data from Bordeaux’s Wine Bureau (Conseil Interprofessionnel du Vin de Bordeaux, CIVB) revolves around a central theme: wine shortages due to unexpected weather.
An international survey into the effects of alcohol has revealed that Germans get more argumentative when drunk, while Swedes are more likely to get amorous.
The Born Digital Wine Awards (BDWA) are back, reimagined and with a new sponsor. The BDWA, now in their seventh year, offer innovative wine communicators the chance to have their work recognized.
Bright pink walls frame a lobby emblazoned with clever sayings as to why we all would rather be drinking rosé. Dozens of young women hug, holler and take selfies.