Style and Regions

Sonoma charms the buyers

Vinexpo has developed a way to create a community of buyers. Robert Joseph went on tour with them.

The RAW awakening

Isabelle Legeron MW’s wine fair has become a global juggernaut. Simon Woolf reports.

The gateway to Asia

Robert Joseph attends the trade fair run by the Hong Kong government, and learns about market development in the region.

Wine beyond normal

Wine by its very nature is a luxury item, but not all wines belong in the luxury category. How to untangle this paradox? Robert Joseph went to the Meininger’s Conference to find out.

The wine frontier

The annual wine2wine conference in Verona is one of the highlights of the wine calendar. Felicity Carter reports.

Wine on the harbour

The HKTDC International Wine & Spirits Fair turned ten this year. It’s been a remarkable decade. Felicity Carter reports.

Where the somms add up

TEXSOM has become the premier event for sommeliers. Treve Ring went to the 2017 edition, where she caught up with the founders.

The right people for the job

The wine industry needs people with passion and enthusiasm. But where do you find them? Liza B. Zimmerman reports on an industry discussion.

The spirit of Tuscany

The Frescobaldi family has been making wine for more than 700 years, an achievement recognised at the Meininger Award 2017. Felicity Carter reports.

Celebrating Australia Day

The room was buzzing at the latest Australia Day tasting, as artisan and premium winemakers showcased their wares. Felicity Carter had a taste.

Wine heads to the party

India’s SulaFest, organised by a major Indian winery, now attracts more than 10,000 people. Robert Joseph went along.

Wine innovation

Meininger’s Wine Business International sponsored the Trailblazers competition at Wine Vision 2016. Robert Joseph reports on the results.

A summing up of wine

Robert Joseph went along to the Wine Vision conference, which brought some of the most significant members of the industry to the one stage. This is his report.

Natural wine becomes mainstream

In a few short years, natural wine has gone from being a hotly contested curiosity to a mainstream category. Natural wine fairs now draw thousands of interested consumers. Treve Ring pays RAW a visit.