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Bordeaux enters a new era

Bordeaux’s winegrowers are rising to the twin challenges of climate change and the changing consumer palate.

Ruffino celebrates real life

Ruffino has thrown open the doors of its Poggio Casicano estate, so people can walk its vineyards and enjoy authentic Tuscan food.

Wines of the borderless south

A tasting of wines from France's southern regions uncovered more than 100 gems. Now, you can discover them too.

Aromas from the Rhône Valley

In the scramble to supply consumers with the rosés they want, too many winemakers have forgotten one thing – the aroma. One wine is changing that.

Stable in turbulent times

Winzer Krems has stayed on course during the first half of 2020. Their ambitious construction projects are also progressing according to plan.

Domäne Baumgartner, Austria’s largest winery

Tradition with passion and innovation, from the heart of Austria’s Weinviertel.

Prosecco without the theatrics

The finest Prosecco makers reject clichés, stereotypical ways of working and unnecessary touches. It’s what makes Montelvini Prosecco into a star.

Fresh thinking from the cooperative

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

 

North Macedonia: where the black stallion gallops

Surprising new wines from the Balkans to be tasted at ProWein 2020.

Moldovan wines on the move

Moldovan winemakers will be out in force at ProWein 2020, showcasing the medal-winning wines that are impressing ever more wine lovers across the globe – and offering you a chance to visit the country.

Rioja’s leap into the new decade

The course in Rioja is set for the future, as they will show at ProWein 2020.

A new wine benchmark for the Southern Rhône

Cellier des Dauphins, one of the most innovative wine groups in France, has launched a new range that has set the critics talking.

Taking the pulse of a classic

As exciting as it’s rare: The 2019 edition of the Rioja TOP 100 presents Spain’s star appellation in all its creative power and shows just how diverse and dynamic the wine scene on the Ebro is.

Become a winemaker in your own right

Sooner or later, every serious wine connoisseur wonders what it would be like to make their own wine. At Quinta dos Vales in the Portuguese Algarve, this thought led to an interesting proposition. The concept involved living close to the vines and making wine with professional help. Rolf Klein reports.

95 years of crafting wines and respecting the land

Delicato Family Wines has been taking care of vineyards since the era of Prohibition. Their care for their vineyards has helped make them one of the top wine companies in the US today.