The Rhône valley goes from strength to strength

The Rhône Valley consistently produces wines that are high in quality and low in quantity, says John Livingstone-Learmonth. Add to that the very successful campaigns run by Inter Rhône and consumers are convinced. But are they soon going to be paying more for the privilege?

Rhône ambassador

An interview with Philippe Guigal by Robert Joseph

Hong Kong’s own winery

Hong Kong is the centre of the wine business in asia. But it is also houses one of only two wineries in the world where wines are made from snap-frozen grapes imported from major regions around the world. stephen Quinn reports from Hong Kong.

An old winery embraces new tools

Etienne Hugel from Hugel & Fils in Alsace has been building his company from the airport lounge, finds Robert Joseph. His secret weapon? His ability with Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.

Treasure in the soil

Rutherglen is a small town in northeast Victoria which has been through everything from a gold rush to a boom to a wine industry collapse in its time. Felicity Carter finds that it’s hung on to its wine treasures though good times and bad.