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How Alto Adige went high

How does an entire region shift its focus to quality? Jason Sych learns more about Cantina Tramin in Italy.

An American educator in Paris

Tanisha Townsend is helping consumers understand wine, one Parisian bar at a time. She spoke to Felicity Carter.

Hong Kong in turmoil

Amid civil unrest and growing competition from rival events, Hong Kong’s annual International Wine and Spirits Fair offered compelling speakers and insights. Felicity Carter reports.

The future of Franschhoek

Terroir or winemaking? As Jamie Goode reports, the age-old question has divided Franschhoek.

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 top wine buyers of Denmark

Elsebeth Lohfert identifies the key purchasers in the wine-loving country of Denmark.

Is there such a thing as umami?

Is there such a thing as umami - and can it be detected in wine? If you say "yes", then Roger Morris has some questions for you.

Inside the growing Lithuanian wine market

Wine producers that conquer Vilnius will find a gateway to the Baltics and Belarus, says Michèle Shah.

WineFunding, a new wine investment vehicle

Barnaby Eales looks at WineFunding, a French crowdfunding platform for wine industry projects.

Canadians are embracing wine knowledge

A new report shows that Canadians are zooming up the wine knowledge charts – and Canadian experts agree. Jason Sych reports.

The truth about vine immunity

It’s very common to hear people talk about “boosting the immunity” of plants as a way to avoid spraying. Unfortunately, it’s not that simple, says Jamie Goode.

Where next for the Wine and Spirits Education Trust?

Not only did the WSET turn 50 this year, but it's undergoing a rapid expansion. Felicity Carter caught up with CEO Ian Harris, who explains his hopes for a Guinness World Record.

The taste of climate change

Michaela Morris reports from the Tasting Climate Change, held in Canada in late 2019.

The hands-off approach to viticulture

Darren Smith looks at the Fukuoka method of farming and asks whether it holds lessons for viticulture.

The fine wine think tank

Forget Davos, because wine now has a high-level gathering of its own. Felicity Carter talks to the people behind Areni.