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Sunday 4 December 2016 loc: GB
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.
A sparkling opportunity
The dominance of Champagne is being challenged by fizz made by producers from up-and-coming regions such as England, Italy and Tasmania.
Ferrari’s Matteo Lunelli on his global expansion plans
based in the Trentino region of Italy, Ferrari is setting its sights on becoming a global household name with its traditional-method sparkling wine, president and CEO Matteo Lunelli tell Patrick Schmitt MW
The Dolomite stuff
The producers of bottle-fermented Trentodoc wine want to convince the world that their fizz is head and shoulders above the Italian Sparklers
Blue Sky thinking
How innovation has opened a new chapter in global travel retail
Fizz on the rocks
Tracking the explosion of Champagne over ice releases
Port in a storm
Breaking free from the box of traditional expectaitions
Counting Down Chile’s Most Powerful Winemakers
Wizardry of Oz
The next generation of icon wines in Australia
Chain of Command
Revealing Britain’s ten biggest wine retailers
Ten wine retailers steering a profitable course in post-brexit britain
Move Over, Malbec
Argentine winegrowers planting for the future
Stopper the Press
Can tca technology usher in a new era for cork?
How a thriving cocktail culture is giving a new lease of life to Tequila
Counting down the 10 biggest wine brands in the world
THE DROPS OF GOD
How manga brought fine wine to a new audience