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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.

California's dry future

How will California’s growing regions adapt to drier conditions? Jeff Siegel investigates.

The appellation trail

An interview with Antoine Leccia, by Robert Joseph

Chile's approach to water

As meltwater from the Andes declines, Chilean winemakers must grapple with water shortages. Marcela Burgos reports.

The unstoppable red blend

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

ProWine buzzes in Shanghai

Despite the proliferation of trade fairs in Asia, ProWine China has established itself as a must-attend event. Felicity Carter attends and reports on what she learned about the Chinese market.

The evolution of Maremma

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

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.

Fresh thinking from the cooperative

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

 

Perspectives on the US wine tariffs

US tariffs are still in force on wines from France, Spain and Germany. Jason Sych speaks to some of the people grappling with the fallout.

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.

South Africa’s disconnect

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

A tale of two wine cocktails

The last recession drove the re-emergence of two wine cocktails. Vermouth and Prosecco have never looked back. Jason Sych reports.