Issue 1, 2017 of Meininger's Wine Business International magazine

Celebrating Australia Day

The room was buzzing at the latest Australia Day tasting, as artisan and premium winemakers showcased their wares. Felicity Carter had a taste.

Wine heads to the party

India’s SulaFest, organised by a major Indian winery, now attracts more than 10,000 people. Robert Joseph went along.

A sacred place in Burgundy

If there is one place in the world that makes wine lovers swoon, it’s Burgundy. Sascha Speicher goes on a pilgrimage to Romanée-Conti.

A deep-rooted love of wine

Allegrini Vini, in the heart of Valpolicella, was always a humble company. But then Giovanni Allegrini decided to shake things up. Elisabetta Tosi reports.

A new approach to an old problem

Both Ancient Greeks and pot smokers have realised the value of lower-alcohol wines, reports Rebecca Gibb MW.

Chablis steels itself

Last year, Chablis was hit by hail, frost and mildew. This will probably push up prices, but, reports Adam Lechmere, it’s about time.

A revolution in closures

Vinventions doesn’t just offer different types of closures – it wants to revolutionise the category. Felicity Carter paid a visit.