Why Should People Drink Wine?

And here is a contribution to the debate from Lorenzo Biscontin, consultant, author and founder of Vinophila Wine Expo. 

Reading time: 2m 15s

Rethinking the Term 'Neo-Prohibition'

Rod Phillips, noted wine historian and Professor of History at Carleton University, examines the popular new phrase 'neo-Prohibition'.

Reading time: 5m

Devil's Advocate: Time to Promote Wine on the Rocks

Robert Joseph wonders whether now might be the time to start promoting wine as a drink to enjoy on ice.

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Devil's Advocate: Falling Wine Sales. Maybe Taylor Swift is the Answer

Robert Joseph considers some of the ideas that are being discussed as ways to counter neo-Prohibitionism. And comes up with a suggestion of his own.

Reading time: 4m 30s

New Hall Concept for ProWein 2025

ProWein is downsizing by two halls, with online registration for exhibitors now open.

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Devil’s Advocate: What Wine Brands Could Learn From Aperol

Robert Joseph considers the success of the world's favourite orange-pink alcoholic drink.

Reading time: 3m 30s

Drouhin Cuts Prices

Joseph Drouhin becomes the first Burgundy winery to lower prices. On average, the 2022 wines from the Domaine will be 15% cheaper than the previous year.

Reading time: 45s

Devil's Advocate: The Only Solution for Bordeaux - Cut Volumes and Raise Prices

As top critics head for Bordeaux to taste 2023 samples of wine selling en primeur at prices from €20 to €200 or more, Robert Joseph looks at the 'other' Bordeaux that the giant supermarket chain Carrefour is selling at prices that compete with Red Bull and Coca Cola. 

Reading time: 4m

Bordeaux for €1.66 Angers Producers

Several French associations are collectively protesting against dumping prices and are advocating for a minimum price of €3 per bottle.

Reading time: 1m 15s