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The problem with orange wine

More than two decades after two Collio winemakers bottled a skin-fermented white wine, orange wine still polarises opinions, says Simon J. Woolf.

A new law will upend winemaking in Russia

Igor Serdyuk looks at the likely impact of the new Russian wine law, which goes into effect later this year.

The wine lovers of Kuala Lumpur

Young consumers in Malaysia’s capital are beginning to adopt wine. Debra Meiburg MW reports.

St Petersburg, Russia's other wine capital

Anton Moiseenko explains how the wine scene works in the Venice of the north.

The future of wine media

Jeni Port went along to the Wine Media Conference, held in Australia this year, to see what’s in store for wine communications.

Reyneke's philosophy of wine

Johan Reyneke was on the brink of bankruptcy when his total commitment to sustainable winemaking began to reap rewards, writes Michelle Bouffard.

Prosecco without the theatrics

The finest Prosecco makers reject clichés, stereotypical ways of working and unnecessary touches. It’s what makes Montelvini Prosecco into a star.

Advice on doing business in Japan

Japan is an important market for wine, though not an easy one. James Lawrence gets advice on doing business there, from four people who know the market well.

Back to wine basics

The pandemic is making consumers choose the safe and familiar, including in wine. Robert Joseph says it's time for wine producers to make life simpler for them.

Tough talk on wine and health

The health lobby is coming for wine, and the wine trade has yet to mount a response. Felicity Carter has some ideas.

Who’s Who in Portugal

No traditional wine country has changed as much as Portugal. Dr Luís Antunes looks at the people and institutions driving the change.

The rise of the virtual wine tasting

Although wine is a tactile pleasure, Covid-19 is driving it into the digital space. Jason Sych reports on the pivot to virtual.

Japan's sparkling wine market

The Japanese have a strong interest in sparkling wine. Roddy Ropner looks at what they’re drinking.

An interview with Andrea Sartori

Andrea Sartori, president of Sartori di Verona, is one of the most significant people in the Italian wine sector. He discusses profitability, ageing vignerons and innovation in the wine industry with Felicity Carter.