Every month the drinks business publishes a magazine, in print and digital formats, containing in depth analysis of all the major issues in beer, wine and spirits.

May 2019

The Hit is On

AUSTRALIAN PRODUCERS TACKLE CLIMATE CHANGE

Climate change is having a major effect on Australia’s wineries, as temperatures rise and water becomes increasingly scarce.

Treasure Island

CAN SARDINIAN WINEMAKERS EMULATE SICILY’S SUCCESS?

With its shimmering blue seas and exciting native grapes, Sardinia could be Italy’s next big wine region.

Grand Ambitions

THE 10 MOST POWERFUL PLAYERS IN ITALIAN WINE, FROM ANTINORI TO ZONIN

Tom Bruce-Gardyne profiles 10 of the country’s biggest wine firms, most of which are family owned, to find out their plans for the future.

April 2019

Top Dog

Great Britain sparkling wine industry scales new height

High Times

Brave Spanish winemakers are heading for the hills

On The Up

Chile falls back in love with carmenere

March 2019

200 Issues

To mark our 200th issue, we look back on ten key drinks trends since launching in 2002

Whisky Tourism

SCOTCH WHISKY tourism has just turned 50 with their first taste of single malt whisky

Japan Masterclass

Japan makes first-rate Chardonnay – wooded, unwooded, and delicious traditional method sparkling examples too, particularly from Grace

February 2019

Closures

With attitudes to drinking wine changing, the sector is serving up various formats

Tuscany

While the Super Tuscans rule, producers are innovating with whites and rosés

Argentina

Winemakers are experimenting with lesserknown grapes, with exciting results

January 2019

Natural selection

Our Green Awards shine a light on the winemakers and drinks Companies that are pioneering sustainability

Exhibitions in 2019

The best wine and spirits shows to visit over the next 12 months

Australia

Once the supreme grape in the county, old vine Grenache is making a comeback