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In focus: Chile trends

Best known for making supermarket wine, Chile is determined to raise its game. Producers are focusing on quality expressions and are impressing with indigenous grape País, finds Lauren Eads.

In focus: Tequila trends

The Tequila market is one of the most exciting in the spirits world. Producers are being snapped up for huge sums, and brands are enjoying incredible growth. But with this upsurge in demand comes pressure on raw materials, writes Lauren Eads.

Natural Selection: the rise of organic wine

Low-intervention wines, whether they be made organically, biodynamically or naturally, are becoming increasingly popular. Edith Hancock reports.


Green Awards 2018

Deadline: 19th Oct 2018

Rioja Masters 2018

Deadline: 26th Oct 2018

The Global Pinot Noir Masters 2019

Deadline: 1st Nov 2018

Fortified Masters 2018

Deadline: 23rd Nov 2018

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5th Nov 2018

Exploring Beaujolais Wines Across The Years & Appellations

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6th Nov 2018

Pink Rosé Festival

7th Feb 2019


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11th Mar 2019
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Is a bumper 2018 harvest good for Champagne?

With the 2018 grape crop delivering both quantity and quality in Champagne, and the Comité Champagne having received a derogation from the INAO to add 4,700 kg/ha to fill up the reserve individuelle, we ask key players in the region whether the abundant harvest is advantageous.

Camouflage artist plays hide and seek at Ruinart

Chinese performance artist Liu Bolin, known as ‘The Invisible Man’, played an epic game of hide and seek at Champagne house Ruinart. Can you spot him among the vines?

The week in pictures

This week in the world of drinks; Prince Charles gets on the gin, Usain Bolt chugs Champers, Autumn tastings get under way, and restauranteur Philip Hamilton discovers blue is his colour at Aquavit’s crayfish party.