Consumers have become more willing to embrace Old World alternatives to the most popular New World wine styles. Nigel Huddleston reports on what has driven the swing back to Europe
Rhône-style wines are growing in popularity, with increased appeal to experimental winemakers and consumers across the globe. The classic grapes of the Rhône Valley – namely Syrah, Grenache, Mourvèdre, Viognier, Roussanne and more – can create unique blends and the wines that are produced will vary from country to country.
Plumpton College has launched a training course for the UK wine industry thanks to European Union and DEFRA funding.
How can Australia stay number one? OLN and Australian Vintage invited some of the trade’s biggest names to discuss its future.
With a strong currency and impending high-profile sporting events, South African wine is better placed than ever, writes Andrew Catchpole
The country's tongue-twisting wine names maybe hard to decipher, but they offer a USP for independents. Are producers anglicising brands enough to tempt the average UK consumer, asks Richard Woodard
With sales of French wine still sliding, retailers are looking to demystify a complicated category for consumers. Christine Boggis reports
Limited funds this Christmas doesn't necessarily mean skimping on wine. Natasha Hughes reports
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Christine Boggis meets some of the dynamic people behind California's eclectic wine scene
Top Californian climate scientists are investigating climate change and how it will affect grape-growing in the region on behalf of the Napa Valley Vintners' Association.
The golden state's winemakers reveal the pros and cons of going green. Christine Boggis reports
Promoting regionality and more clout in the middle ground are key issues that California's wine trade needs to address in the UK. Christine Boggis reports from the sunshine state
Patricia Langton looks at the 2008 vintage across the northern hemisphere
To offset a rise in production costs, the trade's best performer in fortified wine will need to be even more stout and impressive this Christmas, says Graham Holter
French sparkling wine brand Veuve du Vernay has been relaunched with new-look packaging.