Kym Anderson, one of the world's leading wine academics, has just published a shorter version of his latest paper 'What's happened to the wine market in China?' in the Journal of Wine Economics. Robert Joseph considers its implications.
From 11 to 1600 – in 1904 eleven founding members established the first wine cooperative in Mezzacorona, in Trentino. Since then, generations of families have devoted themselves to cultivating grapes and conserving their habitat.
This year’s Northern Hemisphere harvests are now underway after an eventful growing season of heatwaves, humidity, hailstorms, flooding, and disease pressure. What does this all mean for the crops? Ciatti gives its assessment.
Warning labels, advertising bans and price changes could upend the European wine industry. Frederik Nikolai Schulz and Jon Hanf from Hochschule Geisenheim University report on current developments in European alcohol policy.
The authorities in Alsace think Riesling should be dry. Australian experts - and Jancis Robinson MW - beg to differ. And so does Rolly Gassmann, one of Alsace's top producers, who even launched an online petition to fight the move.
Sonal Holland MW, a writer, wine judge and entrepreneur, whose India-based ventures include brand ambassadorship, education, market consultancy and retail partnerships, talks about India's regulatory restrictions and its great potential.