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In focus: Southern Chile

Thanks to climate change and the intrepid nature of its winemakers, production has been moving due south in Chile. Lauren Eads meets the producrs who are pioneering wine in the country’s southern reaches.

In focus: How the Douro is taking the lead on climate change

Climate change is having a major effect on the world’s vineyards, including in Port’s Douro heartland. But moves are afoot to tackle the problem head on and prepare for whatever the future throws at the region.

In focus: Top trends in Pinot Grigio

Whether you know it as Pinot Grigio or Pinot Gris, the white grape is a global star. But with some examples being thin and neutral while others offer a glass that oozes class, how are consumers to know what’s in store? Phoebe French investigates…

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Six drinks books that make ideal stocking fillers

With Christmas just a fortnight away, we round up six drinks tomes that make ideal stocking fillers, from the definitive guide to amber wine, to how to make like Tom Cruise and open your own bar… from the comfort of your living room.

Top 6 consumer drinks trends of 2018

As we enter the final furlong of 2018, we thought it was time to look back at the six biggest wine and spirits trends to have taken hold in the UK this year.

Top new products: November

This month saw the launch of Piper-Heidsieck’s duo of Rare Le Secret cuvées, adorned with jewels and which carry a price tag of up to £115,000, and Giulio Ferrari’s 2006 Rosé – the first sparkling rosé from the Trentodoc.