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A new Chinese relationship with wine

The Chinese have, so far, used wine for socialising, not in-home consumption. But, says Jim Boyce, there are signs that the epidemic has changed that.

Burgundy sets its Cités on tourism

After seeing the great success of Bordeaux’s Cité du Vin, the notoriously private Burgundians have decided to go bigger and better. Roger Morris reports.

Wines from Hungary’s inland sea

Europe’s largest lake, Lake Balaton, is home to some of Hungary’s most interesting wines and terroirs. Anton Moiseenko pays a visit.

Bulk gets bulked up

Felicity Carter visits the bulk wine fair in Amsterdam and hears about the latest trends.

The unstoppable red blend

Robert Joseph looks at a trend that pleases consumers and winery accountants alike.

South Africa’s disconnect

Its wines are winning rave reviews, but its growers are giving up. Michael Fridjhon explains the paradox.

The evolution of Maremma

Michèle Shah explores Maremma in Tuscany, one of Italy’s most promising wine regions.

A look at the McLaren Vale

Producers in Australia’s McLaren Vale have been putting their energies into combatting climate change. Jeni Port has the story.

The opportunity of a lifetime

When experts gathered to talk about the American wine market, the news was both sobering and surprisingly positive. Felicity Carter reports.

Can terroir turn Alsace's fortunes around?

Leading Alsatian producers have decided to promote their vineyards. This, says James Lawrence, could be a seismic shift.

The appellation trail

An interview with Antoine Leccia, by Robert Joseph

The case of Hong Kong

Hong Kong was one of the earliest metropolitan cities to be affected by the pandemic. Debra Meiburg MW looks at what happened to the wine trade.

Fresh thinking from the cooperative

Germany’s Weinkonvent Dürrenzimmern invites you to experience wines from “Lifestyle to Lemberger” at ProWein 2020

 

The view from behind the wine list

Florian Daniel Maaß interviews top sommelier Raimonds Tomsons to hear how the pandemic has changed the fine dining world.

Inside the Vancouver Wine Festival

Felicity Carter spends time at the wine fair and hears an argument for declaring French wines the greatest in the world.