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What will the glasses of the future contain? And how much alcohol will it contain?

Wine fights to maintain its 'share of throat'

The line between wines, beers, spirits, soft drinks and alternatives is becoming increasingly blurred - as Coca Cola and Constellation are demonstrating. Robert Joseph has his own opinion on the subject.

Back to the fair

After a two-year break, the major wine trade fairs are all reopening their doors. How will exhibitors and visitors react?

Produced from thin air - the mystery of Russian wine

Russia grows sufficient grapes and imports enough bulk to produce three quarters of the wine and brandy labeled as ‘Russian’. Despite recent legislation, it is not clear where the remaining 25 percent comes from. The picture is further complicated by the blurred line between spirits and wine production in Russia. Meininger’s investigates

Are the days of cheap shipping over?

The cost of transporting products across the world rose tenfold during the pandemic. They have fallen since then, but remain higher than in 2019. What are the prospects for the future?

St Emilion, a playground for lawyers

No other appellation or classification in France or elsewhere rivals St Emilion in the creation of regular disputes between estate owners and the authorities, and each other. And, as the most recent verdict by the Bordeaux court against the INAO reveals, nothing has changed.

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.

Are the days of cheap shipping over?

The cost of transporting products across the world rose tenfold during the pandemic. They have fallen since then, but remain higher than in 2019. What are the prospects for the future?

Wine fights to maintain its 'share of throat'

The line between wines, beers, spirits, soft drinks and alternatives is becoming increasingly blurred - as Coca Cola and Constellation are demonstrating. Robert Joseph has his own opinion on the subject.

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.