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Chateaux Ausone and Cheval Blanc are no longer to be part of the St Emilion Cru Classé system

Does it matter? Robert Joseph has a few thoughts on the matter 

Brand first, appellation second

Russia's President Putin recently demonstrated to the wine world once again how quickly a supposedly secure sales market can become a sales trap.

Robert Joseph draws two lessons from this.

The evolution of Mendoza Malbec

The Argentine wine industry is going through a good phase. Thanks to the country's most famous grape variety Malbec. Daniel Lopez Roca reports how the variety has evolved.

Australian wine brand changes nationality

Shipments of Rawson’s Retreat to China will now be South African, as Robert Joseph reports.

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.

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

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

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

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

Bordeaux becomes largely more expensive

More and more Bordeaux châteaux are announcing their en primeur prices for the new vintage.

NFTs and fine wine – the ultimate pairing? 

Blockchain technology’s future in wine becoming more widespread. Will it last?

Kimberly Webb about the future of fine wine collecting.

Casa Sartori: Dream Blender

The heart of the Sartori family’s innovation has always been its ability to blend dreams and modern tastes with the authentic essence of Veronese wine culture.

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

The story behind: Chateau Ste. Michelle

How a dairy farm became a modern wine company.

Austria’s Green Wave continues to gain momentum

Austrian wine growers take a leading role in environmentally conscious production of high-quality wines. Authentic expression of terroir and sustainability are the goals.

Constellation on the German market and its future focus 

Constellation Brands is the second-largest wine company in the world and has been consistently focused on the "super-premium" segment for some time. Where is the US wine giant headed? An interview with the responsible key managers.

Corpinnat sails on despite fall in sales

Corpinnat reports a19 percent decline but stays optimistic.