Features

The wine tourism network

The Great Wine Capitals network is 20 years old. Roger Morris finds out what it’s all about.

Why Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc is such a success

Jamie Goode looks at the unique set of circumstances that launched the phenomenon known as Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc.

Innovation in Sherry

Forty years ago, Sherry was a popular drink. Jamie Goode looks at what went wrong, and current efforts to revive the category.

St Petersburg, Russia's other wine capital

Anton Moiseenko explains how the wine scene works in the Venice of the north.

The dirt on wine

John Szabo MS reports that the evidence on soil is in, and it’s time to start telling consumers.

Producers looking to enter China should temper expectations

A leading member of the Hong Kong wine trade warns that producers are flocking to China with unrealistic expectations. She speaks to Felicity Carter.

The wine lovers of Kuala Lumpur

Young consumers in Malaysia’s capital are beginning to adopt wine. Debra Meiburg MW reports.

California's dry future

How will California’s growing regions adapt to drier conditions? Jeff Siegel investigates.

In conversation with Laura Catena

Dr Laura Catena, emergency doctor and general manager of Bodega Catena Zapata, brings an unusual focus to wine. She speaks with Robert Joseph.