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ProWein confirms new dates: 15-17 may, 2022

After two years of not holding a physical event, the world's largest wine trade fair has announced new dates for this year - clashing with the London Wine Fair.

PIWI - an idea whose time has come?

Hybrid grapes used to be treated with disdain by the wine industry. Now German enthusiasm for new varieties of resistant varieties European moves against chemical treatments are helping to support their cause

Butter and Bourbon

Buttery and Bourbon-flavoured wines may not be the favourite styles of many critics, but for brands like Mondavi, they are proving popular and successful

Sparkling wine - still growing

The range of the world's sparkling wines continues to expand

Natural wine moves into the mainstream

Natural, sulphor-free, unfined and unfiltered wine was once seen as being on the fringes of the wine world. Now it is entering the mainstream

The Sweet Treasures of Austria

Legends of Gold: The sweet treasures of Austria are modern wines for contemporary tastes, but centuries of illustrious tradition have made the country’s “liquid gold” legendary.

Austrian Sekt: Sparkling Opportunities

Austria has an incredibly diverse assortment of high quality sparkling wines that offer exceptional enjoyment for the price.

Trapiche: Iconic Ambassador of Argentinian Wine Culture

Since its founding in 1883, Bodega Trapiche has received worldwide recognition for its untiring quest for innovation. The wine estate has understood the promise of viticulture in Argentina like no other and treats the land as its most valuable asset. 

Cantina Tollo: Winemakers from Abruzzo

Numerous award-winning wines and holistic sustainability ethics have won Cantina Tollo recognition as the best Italian cooperative wine producer.

PIWI - an idea whose time has come?

Hybrid grapes used to be treated with disdain by the wine industry. Now German enthusiasm for new varieties of resistant varieties European moves against chemical treatments are helping to support their cause

Butter and Bourbon

Buttery and Bourbon-flavoured wines may not be the favourite styles of many critics, but for brands like Mondavi, they are proving popular and successful

Sustainable wine tourism: the next big thing?

Environmentally viticulture and solar-powered wineries are not entirely compatible with encouraging visitors to fly and drive long distances to visit them. Roger Morris considers how the wine industry is going to square this circle.

How to make the best use of government subsidies

Across the global wine industry, the availability of grants and subsidies varies widely, but as US expert, Toni Scott explains, the way in which wineries go about applying for this helps can be very important.