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Benvenuto Brunello drops out

The new vintages of Brunello will no longer be presented at Anteprime di Toscana

South Africa ends alcohol

Sales of alcohol is allowed again. The branch gets support by the government.

Chianti and Brunello reduce yields

Prices to remain in balance.

Barefoot wine from Germany

Gallo adds a Riesling from the Palatinate to its line.

US Wine Exports: More Volume, Less Value

The export value of American wines fell 6.4 percent in 2020.

German fine wine increasingly popular

International trade in top German wine is flourishing.

Portugal rides export wave

While exports from European competitors decreased last year, Portuguese still wine exports increased in value and volumes. Galvanised by the rise of exports, Portugal’s bigger companies face the challenge of raising the low average export prices.

Barnaby Eales has the story.

Willamette Valley receives PGI status

The wine-growing region is the second in the USA to receive EU protection of origin.

Help for German winegrowers

Numerous relief efforts underway after flood disaster.

Bordeaux goes to the reserves

CIVB releases Bordeaux wine reserves from 2020.

Womanpower in Conegliano Valdobbiadene

The board of the Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco DOCG consortium elected Elvira Bortolomiol as its new president on 15 July 2021.

€115 million turnover with organic wine

Market share in French food retailers continues to rise.

Online Wine Tastings: The German Winemakers’ Perspective     

Online wine tastings were booming during the pandemic. Scientists at the Hochschule Geisenheim University wanted to know how winegrowers deal with this new marketing tool.

Who's responsible for terroir: God, nature or man?

Robert Joseph has a few offbeat thoughts about the relationship between man and the earth.

After the storms – do organic rules need to be rethought?

Robert Joseph questions whether a changing climate is going to force the organic wine movement to relax some of its regulations.