Susana Balbo: Argentina’s Wine on the Global Stage

Susana Balbo is one of Argentina’s leading winemakers. She has also been thrice elected as president of her country’s wine association, a role that gives her unique insight into its wine industry. Robert Joseph picks her brains.

Reading time: 9m


Making Sense of Sustainability

A new conference and exhibition in London seeks to bring together a wide range of experts in the field of wine sustainability.

Reading time: 3m 45s

Pernod Ricard Sells Most of its Wine Brands. Which Did it Retain? And why?

The division between spirits, luxury wine brands and 'commercial' wine brands became even more clear with the sale of the French drinks giants Australian, New Zealand and Spanish wine brands to Accolade. But some, it decided to hold on to.

Reading time: 1m 45s

South West France Makes Plans For a Very Different Future

Vignerons are ageing, consumption is falling, and regional associations are thinking about what to do.

Reading time: 1m 15s



A Snapshot of Turkey’s Wine Market

Turkish winemakers have to contend with strict prohibitions and high costs. But, as Irem Eren, DipWSET reports, it hasn’t stopped the growth of a small but enthusiastic sector.

Reading time: 7m 30s

Henkell and Geldermann in Top 5

In a new survey for the German market, by YouGov, Henkell came fourth in the "Highest Customer Recommendation 2024" brand index, ahead of Geldermann in the "Sparkling Wine and Spirits" category.

Reading time: 45s


More Germans Are Planting PIWIs

German vineyards are becoming whiter, more Burgundian, and more fungus-resistant.

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€1.4m Aid for Canary Islands Winemakers

The aid program is intended to offset the high logistics costs of island producers.

Reading time: 30s

Australia Harvests More White Than Red Grapes

Just over half of the 1.43m tons of grapes harvested in Australia in 2024 are white varieties.

Reading time: 2m 15s