Based on the factors outlined in my last column, and of course also shaped by the general direction of the global and Chinese macro-economic environments, several potential scenarios are possible for the future of China’s wine industry.
Earlier this year, in a field close to Alfriston in East Sussex, a small but significant event occurred in the history of English wine-making: the first vines were planted in what could become the country's largest vineyard – it is projected to...
Wednesday's post on What are "Tannins" in Wine? got me thinking about the widely divergent ways Europeans and Americans perceive and approach the consumption of "old wine." Tannins and "tannic structure," after all, are part of what gives wine its longevity.
A visit to Napa typically involves packed days of tasting wine, soaking up eucalyptus-scented sunshine and dining like royalty at any one of the region’s incredible restaurants. It’s a winning combination of pleasures to be sure.
Wine Spectator managing editor Kim Marcus finds a bubbly at a price he can enjoy by the case, the Chardonnay-based Sieur d’Arques Crémant de Limoux 2006, a wine from the fascinating Limoux appellation in the south of France.
Thanks to its own vintners' open wallets, Napa Valley's annual wine auction proved that giving begins at home. But those seeking signs that the world is parched for top-dollar Cabernet weren't finding many under the big...
"I believe China will become part of the international wine community and wine will become part of the everyday life in China, just like tea. I believe China will become a major and most important market for the global wine industry... "
During the first hour of the opening day, before the speeches and uncorking at the biggest trade fair devoted to wine and spirits in the world, Dynasty Fine Wines' chief winemaker Lu Wen was already talking numbers.
It's not always easy to find a place to sample high-quality wines by the glass in Paris. You're better off going to the wine-producing regions of France. Or Italy. Stephane Girard is trying to change that.
As wine continues its long journey to surpass beer as the No. 1 beverage consumed by British Columbians (something I suspect may happen by year's end), governments both provincial and federal continue to exhibit little or no understanding of what makes this vibrant industry work.
Extreme winemaking has a name. That name is Mount Etna. With eight significant eruptions in the past four months, the face of Europe’s most active volcano is transforming ... just as it has for millennia.
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