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Column - Robert Joseph
Each year, Germany’s sommeliers head to Neustadt an der Weinstraße, to taste the finest wines in the world. Felicity Carter went along.
Vinexpo has developed a way to create a community of buyers. Robert Joseph went on tour with them.
Each year, hundreds of candidates line up to try the Master Sommelier exam. Liza B. Zimmerman wants to know what’s driving them.
Co-ops moving into brands, producers opening their doors to wine tourists. Felicity Carter finds the southern end of the Rhône is buzzing.
Falling sales. Vines uprooted. Growers leaving their land. Felicity Carter finds out how one French region rejuvenated itself.
Premium Port sales are rising in the US market, says Jim Clarke. He goes hunting for the reason why.
Isabelle Legeron MW’s wine fair has become a global juggernaut. Simon Woolf reports.
Austria was the first country in the world to cultivate a farm according to organic principles. In the century since, the commitment to nature has only become stronger.
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