Issue 4, 2020 is out now!

Links to all the latest articles, plus important news about the Meininger’s Wine Business International app.

Issue 4, 2020
Issue 4, 2020

Time again for another magazine - Issue 4, 2020. Below you’ll find links to the articles.

But first, a public service announcement for app users – the app is about to be switched off.

Introducing the Meininger Verlag app

If you’re a digital subscriber to Meininger’s Wine Business International and are used to reading in the app, you need to know that the app will cease to exist on 1st September 2020. 

Instead, all the content will be merged into the Meininger Verlag app – Meininger Verlag is the publisher.

There is one small barrier to overcome, which is that the Meininger app is in German. Don’t worry! You can change the interface to English.

The magazine archive has been transferred into the app and all redemption codes will be valid, though you will have to use them again to activate your subscription.

The bad news is that if you bought any single issues from the app store, you won’t be able to access them. To recover your magazines, just send an email to [email protected] and you’ll receive a replacement code.

In fact, if you have any questions, drop a line to Sonja Spuhler at [email protected]

What’s in Issue 4, 2020:

Links are in the headlines.

STRANGLED BY RED TAPE
Brexit means the end of simple customs processing for wine.    
James Lawrence

COVID-19 AND ANOSMIA 
One symptom is loss of smell. A report on what affected people can do.
Jeni Port and Nicole Bilson

THE CELLAR RATS
A look at the international world of wine interns.
Roger Morris

ONLINE IN JAPAN
The Japanese are comfortable buying wine online.
Roddy Ropner

THE DTC REVOLUTION
The pandemic has finally convinced many European wineries of the need to go online.    
James Lawrence

THE SHOPIFY WINE STORE
One quick and easy way to open an online store is with Shopify.
James Lawrence

THE UK WINE MARKET
The British wine sector is adjusting to a whole new reality.
Richard Woodard

THE SUNNY SOUTH
If the vast Languedoc-Roussillon region were a novel, it might be a fairy tale — or a drama.
Robert Joseph

TWO FAMILIES UNITE
Familia Torres in Spain and Jackson Family Wines in California have united to fight climate change.
Felicity Carter

THE FUTURE OF SOMMS
An interview with entrepreneurial somm André Hueston Mack.
L.M. Archer

WHO IS WHO IN SWEDEN
There’s a lot more to the Swedish wine market than Systembolaget.
Elke Jung
    
WHO IS WHO IN SWITZERLAND
An inside look at the very competitive Swiss wine market.
Wolfgang Fassbender

APPELLATION VALUE
Why are same regional names worth more than others? And how can regions create this kind of value?
Jeff Siegel

BURGUNDY DISRUPTED
A Silicon Valley entrepreneur brings his vision to Château de Pommard.
Felicity Carter

GERMAN FOR FABULOUS
The creation of the Fabelhaft wine by Dirk Niepoort represents a milestone in label design.
Richard Woodard

INSIDE CLEAN WINE
A look at a small trend that has enormous implications.
Felicity Carter

CLEANING UP
Scout & Cellar, a DTC clean wine brand that’s connecting with women.
Felicity Carter

DRY FARM WINES
Todd White is on a mission to attack Big Wine and he might just succeed. 
Felicity Carter

TIME FOR CRÉMANT 
A once-lagging category is now bubbling away.
James Lawrence

MISLEADING LABELS
Wine labels that look like they come from somewhere else.    
Barnaby Eales

RUFFINO CELEBRATES REAL LIFE
(Sponsored content)
Ruffino has thrown open the doors of its Poggio Casicano estate, so people can walk its vineyards and enjoy authentic Tuscan food.

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