Overview of all articles of the issue 02-2020 »
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Wine's triple bottom line
Sophie Kevany looks at how social and environmental responsibility can feed the bottom line.
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.
Champagne shipments decline
The French are drinking less Champagne, causing sales to fall. Richard Woodard looks at the consequences.
A new Chinese relationship with wine
The Chinese have, so far, used wine for socialising, not in-home consumption. But, says Jim Boyce, there are signs that the epidemic has changed that.
The problem with orange wine
More than two decades after two Collio winemakers bottled a skin-fermented white wine, orange wine still polarises opinions, says Simon J. Woolf.
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.
The hands-off approach to viticulture
Darren Smith looks at the Fukuoka method of farming and asks whether it holds lessons for viticulture.
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