When a host says 'can I get you a drink?', they're rarely offering No-Lo wines or sparkling tea. Robert Joseph suggests that, despite not containing any alcohol, these are ‘drinks' too – and deserve rather more recognition than they're currently given.
Robert Joseph suggests that, if the wine industry is to combat the threat of Neo-Prohibitionism, it needs to work together with producers of other forms of alcohol, to create a strategy, acknowledge some of its own failings, and to understand where its foes are coming from.
Alexandra Wrann looks back at the politics of the past year and wonders whether it is still possible to come to pragmatic decisions that take account of the economic realities of the wine industry. Alexandra Wrann comments.