Champagne 2017: did harvesting start too late?

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Get Porty: How Port is attracting the next generation

While other fortified wines, such as Sherry and vermouth, have taken a hit, Port is, comparatively, doing well. Lauren Eads looks at how the sector is trying to attract younger drinkers while keeping its traditional fan base happy.


Message in a bottle: How the Champagne bottle is evolving

The mass production of glass brought about a conformity to Champagne bottles but now some producers are creating bespoke bottles to make their brands stand out. However, writes Lauren Eads, the process is quite an undertaking.


Breaking down Brexit: What does it mean for the wine and spirit industry?

As Brexit negotiations heat up, Arabella Mileham meets Miles Beale, chief executive of the Wine and Spirit Trade Association, to find out the latest developments in the aftermath of a chaotic general election.

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Guinness launches urban cowboy ad campaign

Guinness has rolled out a new ad campaign in its ‘Made of More’ series, celebrating the urban cowboys of LA.

Georgia in pictures

dbHK’s Natalie Wang just visited the ancient winemaking country, Georgia,last week, and rounded up some pictorial highlights from her immersive trip to explore various indigenous grape varieties, its qveri winemaking and its delicious traditional food.

The week in pictures

This week included the annual Bacchus Marathon with runners kitted out in fancy dress tackling the vineyard course at Denbies Wine Estate, and Bodegas Torres presenting the first vintage from the rediscovered Moneu grape with an appropriate flourish.