Power lists

The Dievole in the detail

The work being done at Villa Dievole in Chianti Classico shows the path to the future. Felicity Carter paid a visit.

The UK wine communicators

The demise of the wine critic has been over-reported, in the UK at least, where wine communicators are still influential. James Lawrence names the important names.

The wine bottler

Rebecca Gibb MW pays a visit to an unlikely wine powerhouse – the Lanchester Group, based in northeast England.

Spanish touchstone

Olé Imports, founded by a student with no wine experience, is changing the way American consumers approach Spain. Jeff Siegel reports.

Inside Felton Road

Jeni Port meets Nigel Greening, the ad man who turned Felton Road into one of the hottest wine properties in the cool climate area of Otago, New Zealand.

The wine party

Some wine companies are finding success by taking their wines into consumers’ homes and holding tastings. Robert Joseph reports.

The Pied Piper of Franc

Before Lodovico Antinori sold Ornellaia to Robert Mondavi in 2002, he was already well into his next big idea, Biserno. Today, Roger Morris reports, Antinori is helping make Cabernet Franc the top red grape of Maremma.

Hong Kong Power brokers

Hong Kong is not only the gateway to southeast Asia, but a significant import market in its own right. Shenée Tuck identifies the major distributors.

Who’s Who in Austria

Austria may be geographically small, but it punches well above its weight when it comes to wine. Julia Sevenich looks inside its industry.

Carbon capture man

Miguel Torres has set out to combat global warming. In October, he shared the results to date. Felicity Carter reports.

Wine on tap

What happens when a wine educator opens a bar? He introduces an entire city to new wines, as Jeff Siegel discovers.

In search of new tastes

Cash-strapped US millennials are experimental and looking for new tastes. But, says Jeff Siegel, quality counts.

Vets in the vines

What happens when members of the French Foreign Legion retire from duty? Some head for the vines. Sophie Kevany reports.

No magic, just awesome wine

A new digital company, Wine Awesomeness, hopes to attract customers with interesting wine choices. Liza B. Zimmerman reports.

Poland takes to the New World

New World wines have become the fastest-growing segment on the dynamic Polish market. Wojciech Bońkowski analyses a surprising trend.