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.
Sicilian winery Donnafugata and Italian fashion powerhouse Dolce & Gabbana are collaborating on a makeover of Tancredi, Donnafugata’s flagship wine.
On 1 August, 24 grape pickers began working their way across an 80-ha estate of organic vines in the Foggia district of Puglia. They’ll harvest around 1,000kg of grapes per picker per day, in return for which they’ll be paid €42 ($48.45) per day — €6 per hour — after taxes.
The results from the Meininger’s Red Wine Award have been revealed, and Weingut Rings from Freinsheim in the Rhineland Palatinate was given the prestigious “Collection of the Year 2020” award for their collection of fine red wines.
ProWein is to extend its 2021 fair by two days, to include Friday, 19 March and Saturday, 20 March 2021. The fair will now take place over five days, from the Saturday until Wednesday, 23 March 2021.
On Tuesday night this week, unknown persons sprayed about 600 Spätburgunder vines with diesel. The vineyard belongs to Andreas and Nina Grimm, of Weingut Andreas Grimm in Schweigen in the Rheinland Palatinate. An area of 0.15ha is affected and Grimm estimates the damage at €12,000.
González Byass, one of Spain’s best-known Sherry makers, has plunged back into the traditional production of Pedro Ximénez (PX), one of the three white grapes used in the production of Sherry.