The need to reduce alcohol levels in wine and other fermented beverages is growing. Anja Zimmer talks to Irem Eren of BevZero about the challenges when making non-alcoholic wines and how to avoid wine faults and ensure quality.
Recent findings suggest that light to moderate alcohol consumption could potentially reduce the risk of heart disease by reducing stress signaling in the brain. This research highlights the importance of understanding the connection, especially given the association between alcohol consumption and cancer. Peter Douglas reports.
Bulk wine suppliers around the world are trying to cover elevated input costs, so pricing on a number of wines in a number of markets can be characterised as “softening” but not falling sharply. Here's why.
Despite smaller quantities, the global trade of bulk wine has experienced a significant increase in value. Driving factors include uncertainty and inflation. New Zealand stands among the winners, while Spain continues to struggle for survival.
Can rosé ever be considered fine wine? Gérard Bertrand not only thinks so, he launched the most expensive rosé in the world to prove it. Now he’s got his sights set on orange wine, as Robert Joseph reports.