The US wine market is one of the most lucrative in the world, but it’s complex and challenging for small wine brands looking to establish themselves. An industry expert offers Felicity Carter his key tips and insights on how wine brands can beat the odds.
Sustainability has become mainstream and is a crucial factor in wine production and sales. But how can credible sustainable customer engagement be achieved? 5 tips for a sustainable communication by Prof. Dr. Michael Bernecker.
In the annual report on the global wine industry, the OIV highlights significant shifts taking place. Germany is no longer maintaining its position as the world's leading importer, and a new export champion from the New World has emerged. Clemens Gerke reports.
Australian wineries have huge volumes of unsold wine. Most media coverage blames China’s swingeing punitive tariffs for this situation. But, as Dudley Brown reveals, Beijing’s responsibility for the situation is quite limited.
Piper Heidsieck was the first Champagne house to be certified as a B Corp. Meininger’s talks to Emilien Boutillat, the company's winemaker, who was responsible for the certification of his brand, Charles Heidsieck and Rare Champagne.
Champagne house Telmont is making a switch to lighter bottles - As early as 2022, the maison had announced a departure from the 835-gram bottle already in widespread use in Champagne and launched a test with a lighter 800-gram bottle.