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Combined Vinexpo and Wine Paris event in February 2020

Wine events calendar still uncertain

Some 2021 in-person events still planned, but many wait for 2022. Roger Morris gives an update.

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The evolution of Mendoza Malbec

The Argentine wine industry is going through a good phase. Thanks to the country's most famous grape variety Malbec. Daniel Lopez Roca reports how the variety has evolved.

Casa Sartori: Dream Blender

The heart of the Sartori family’s innovation has always been its ability to blend dreams and modern tastes with the authentic essence of Veronese wine culture.

Vintage 2020 in Austria

Challenges in the Vineyard, Pleasure in the Glass
 

Austrian Rosé

Austria is world renowned for its spicy, cool-climate wines from unique indigenous grape varieties. Insiders know that these wines do not just come in white or red: they also appreciate the country’s exquisite rosé wines.

The evolution of Mendoza Malbec

The Argentine wine industry is going through a good phase. Thanks to the country's most famous grape variety Malbec. Daniel Lopez Roca reports how the variety has evolved.

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Valpolicella market analysis presented at Annual Conference

The "Valpolicella Annual Conference" was held digitally  and was a complete success. The export business remained stable, but the domestic market dropped. Veronika Crecelius reports.

Online wine tastings as company events

Casual social interactions with coworkers are important to a company's synergy and team building. The pandemic has changed these routines. Online wine tastings became popular as an alternative to in-person gatherings.

Dr. Sophie Ghvanidze and the International Wine Business students at Hochschule Geisenheim University conducted a study to find out how companies and their employees experienced online wine tastings as team building events and whether online tastings are likely to stick around after the pandemic ends.

Wine with added health claims

Consumers on the West Coast of the USA are clamouring for wines with lower sugar and alcohol. Jeff Siegel reports.

The impact of wine tourism on Germany

Professor Gergely Szolnoki and Maximilian Tafel from Hochschule Geisenheim University report on a study done to understand the importance of wine tourism in Germany.