Delicato Family Wines

3 x Trophy Winner:  Best Producer United States of America.

Optimistic view of the future

Interview with Dr Andreas Brokemper, spokesman for the management of Henkell Freixenet.

The new virtual tool: Online wine tastings worldwide

Not all online tasting is the same. From the motives to the technical implementation, there are major differences internationally, as Geisenheim University recently analyzed.

A study by Prof. Dr. Gergely Szolnoki, Dr. Maximilian Tafel, Marvin Blaß, Hochschule Geisenheim University, and Niklas Ridoff, Calle Nilsson, WineTourism.com

Chianti Classico returns to its roots

The traditional Tuscan region of Chianti Classico is on the move. Many producers are focusing more on Sangiovese than on international varieties. The Consorzio is even toying with the idea of limiting the still-young Gran Selezione classification to 100 percent Sangiovese. 

James Lawrence has the story.

New Zealand’s 2021 vintage will be about quality, not quantity

Smaller-than-expected harvest to intensify existing export demand.

Cava’s new direction

Cava’s growing export ratio has shown resilience during the pandemic as new regulatory steps aim to increase the value of sales and strengthen the Cava image.

Barnaby Eales gives an up-to-date overview.

Benvenuto, Brunello 2016!

The expectations for Brunello di Montalcino 2016 are high. It is supposed to be even a tad better than the vintage of the century, 2015. The market is reacting accordingly.

Veronika Crecelius tasted the new vintage.

Corpinnat sails on despite fall in sales

Corpinnat reports a19 percent decline but stays optimistic.

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.