Features

Why the wine industry needs diversity of products

Biodiversity as a concept is as important to business as it is to the natural world, says Robert Joseph. 
 

The emerging German drinker

This year’s Meininger’s International Wine Conference put the next generation of wine drinkers under the microscope. Felicity Carter reports.

Apothic, the blockbuster red blend

Apothic is a wine that helped create and define an entire category. Felicity Carter hears how it was done.

Creating virtual wine trips

After travel to wine regions became impossible, people began experimenting with virtual travel. Jacopo Mazzeo looks at how to make them work.
 

Hungarian varieties in the spotlight

Hungary is a small player in the vast world of wine, but one that not only punches above its weight, but which offers some of the most unique wines in the world. Come on a short journey through this fascinating wine land.
 

The wine trade seeks a problem solver

Robert Joseph recalls the moment Burgundy changed forever and says that something similar is underway right now. Is there someone who can step up and develop the technology needed?
 

Six easy ways to improve a winery website

Writer Meg Maker recently surveyed wine communicators to find out what most delighted and annoyed them about winery websites. She discovered they wanted six simple changes to websites.

Wine2Wine is not just online, but interactive

The ever-innovative Wine2Wine conference has moved online for 2020. But this isn’t your average Zoom webinar – it will use a highly interactive, social based system called Swapcard.
 

Wines from German-speaking lands find a new champion

Two Americans are rolling up their sleeves and diving into wines from German-speaking countries, on a mission to tell the world about them. Felicity Carter speaks to Paula Sidore, the co-founder of TRINK magazine.