As of Saturday, 28 November, China will hit Australian wine with tariffs of up to 212% - doubling or even tripling the price of Australian wine in China.
Vinitaly is the latest significant wine trade fair to changes its dates for 2021. Normally held in April each year, Vinitaly 2021 will be moved to 20-23 June, to run concurrently with Enolitech and Sol&Agrifood.
Belgian’s William Wouters has been elected the new president of the Association de la Sommellerie Internationale. He replaces outgoing president Andrés Rosberg of Argentina, whose three-year term began in June 2017.
One of the biggest mysteries during the pandemic is whether the boost in off-premise wine sales has made up for the ravaging of on-premise sales. Christian Miller of Full Glass Research thinks he has found a way to reconcile the numbers.
The Covid-19 pandemic has severely impacted the demand for imported wine labels in Spain, according to a range of stakeholders involved in the market.
Two US organisations, Diversity in Wine & Spirits and Wonder Women of Wine, have come together to launch a virtual jobs fair focused on diversity and inclusion. The Be the Change Job Fair will take place in early December.
Wine Paris and Vinexpo Paris 2021, scheduled to take place in February 2021, have been moved to 14 to 16 June 2021.
The demand for Bag-in-Box wines has surged in the UK and France, according to new research.
Vinexpo New York, scheduled to take place at Manhattan’s Jacob K. Javits Center in February 2020, has been cancelled.
Trade disputes with China and a worldwide recession haven’t slowed the growth of Australian wine exports, according to a new report released today. While volume is down, value is the highest it’s been since 2007.
DBR Lafite has appointed Philippe Rolet as General Manager of Viña Los Vascos in Chile and Bodegas CARO in Argentina. He has been tasked with developing DBR’s South American estates, both in the vineyards and abroad.
In a world where people have got used to networking and doing business over Zoom, do we still need trade fairs? And if so, can they be done safely?
That was the question posed by Michael Degen, Executive Director of Messe Düsseldorf, the company that produces ProWein each year.
This week, Meininger Verlag presented its coveted Excellence in Wine and Spirit awards to outstanding personalities and families in the international wine and spirits industry. The awards ceremony took place in Düsseldorf, at the close of the Meininger’s International Wine Conference.
Is it plagiarism? Or a case of misunderstanding? That's the question at the heart of a dispute involving some of Australia's leading wine institutions.