Power lists

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.

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. 

The wine retailers of the East Coast

The states of the Eastern Seaboard have some of the wealthiest, wine-savviest populations on earth. Jeff Siegel reveals where they go shopping for their wines. 

The influencers of Japan

Roddy Ropner identifies some of the people who help to shape and drive the Japanese wine market.

The top wine buyers of Denmark

Elsebeth Lohfert identifies the key purchasers in the wine-loving country of Denmark.

The future of the French wine industry looks more collegiate

Anne le Naour, the new executive director of CA Grands Crus, tells Richard Woodard that the French wine industry is in for a shake-up.

The wine buyers of the Netherlands

The Dutch economy is booming and people have more money to spend, says Cees van Casteren MW. He reveals the buyers who are supplying the wine.

Wine nights in Bangkok

Thailand’s wine scene is booming, says Debra Meiburg MW. She reveals what people are drinking, and who the taste makers are.

The sparkling way of Henkell Freixenet

An interview with Dr Andreas Brokemper, CEO of Henkell Freixenet, by Felicity Carter.

Who's Who in the Spanish wine industry

Barnaby Eales looks at the major figures behind one of Europe’s most diverse and exciting wine countries.

Poland's top wine buyers

Poland is one of the world’s most promising wine markets. Wojciech Bońkowski identifies its key buyers.

Russia's top wine buyers

Russians may love their spirits, but it’s wine that offers opportunities for growth, turning wine buyers into power brokers. Anton Moiseenko reports.

Inside Taipei's wine market

Debra Meiburg MW takes a look at what’s happening in wine in Taiwan’s capital city.

The wine buyers of Japan

Japan’s wine market is significant, but stalling. This makes its buyers extremely powerful. Roddy Ropner reports