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In focus: How French wine co-ops are going green

French co-operatives are shining a light on their green credentials. Adopting organic and biodynamic farming practices, they are leading the way in sustainable viticulture. Elizabeth Gabay MW reports.


Is Prosecco losing its sparkle?

It may be the world’s most popular sparkling wine, but with growth in the UK slowing and no recognisable brand names, it’s time for producers to spread their wings in search of growth further afield, writes Lauren Eads.


Beyond the realm of mortal pockets

With top end Burgundy now well beyond the reach of most wine lovers, Gabriel Stone explores how producers and merchants are managing such unprecedented demand, and considers the best places to hunt for more affordable options.

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The Global Organic Masters 2019

Deadline: 3rd Jun 2019

The Global Sparkling Masters 2019

Deadline: 3rd Jun 2019

The Global Cider Masters 2019

Deadline: 12th Jul 2019

Rioja Masters 2019

Deadline: 1st Aug 2019

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Bourgogne wines: More than meets the eye

Newcastle,United Kingdom
28th May 2019

International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show

San Francisco,USA
23rd Jul 2019

Wine Show Chelsea 2019

London,United Kingdom
18th Oct 2019
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The stories behind Orin Swift’s quirkiest wine labels

Dave Phinney’s labels are as important to the Orin Swift narrative as the wine inside the bottle. We caught up with him to find out the stories behind 10 of his quirkiest labels and how he went about creating them.

The Wine & Spirits Show 2019: in pictures

Take a look at just a few of our favourite photos from our two-day event at One Whitehall Place.

California in pictures: Sonoma and San Francisco

The second leg of our California tour took us to Sonoma and San Francisco, where we mingled with Hollywood royalty at MacMurray Estate, got competitive at a cook-off in Healdsburg, and posed for a quick picture by the Golden Gate Bridge.