HEADLINES

    DP launches 2009 vintage

    Dom Pérignon has announced the launch of its 2009 vintage, ahead of the 2008 due to the warmth and richness of the year. The first time it has broken the order of its releases.

    Heavy metal festival lays four-mile beer pipeline

    A rock festival in Germany has laid a four-mile pipeline beneath its site to deliver free-flowing beer to 75,000 thirsty metalheads in August.

    McGuigan planting ‘as much Malbec’ as possible

    McGuigan is betting on the future of Australian Malbec believing it could be the next big variety out of Australia, with chief winemaker Neil McGuigan revealing that the producer is working to plant as much of the variety as possible.

London Wine Fair 2017 in pictures

Subscriber Articles


Prosecco’s next step: brand building

Prosecco may outsell Champagne but it lags behind when it comes to brand awareness. Lucy Shaw asks what companies can do to get their names on consumers’ lips.


Argentina: Fresh perspectives

Rich, ripe and inky black with structure and power – that’s how most would describe a typical Argentine Malbec – and they would be right. But another side to Argentina’s winemaking story is emerging.


Fine wine distribution: Trading Place

Some of the world’s most famous wineries are abandoning their own sales networks for one worldwide distributor – La Place de Bordeaux. As Roger Morris reports, for those who can get in, it’s a win-win situation


Out of Africa: Grape explorations of South Africa

It wasn’t too long ago that South Africa was considered a wine region out of touch with its winemaking talent, which goes to show just how far the country has come.

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Vinexpo Bordeaux 2017

Bordeaux, France
18th Jun 2017

drinktec 2017

Munich [München], Germany
11th Sep 2017

The City Wine Show

London, United Kingdom
22nd Sep 2017

International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show

London, United Kingdom
24th Jan 2018
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Gallery

What lies ahead for the UK drinks industry?

Ahead of this year’s London Wine Fair, db asked some of the leading lights of the industry to gaze into a crystal ball to see what lies ahead for the UK drinks industry in these uncertain times….

The week in pictures

We round up a jam-packed week in the drinks industry including a buzzy English Wine Producers tasting, the launch of Bollinger La Grande Année 2007 and the arrival of a Taylors’ 325th anniversary port barrel, transported to London by yacht.

Four new wine cartoons by Doug Pike

Doug Pike is an award-winning wine cartoonist whose work has been featured in numerous publications including the Wall Street Journal. Click through for some of his funniest recent works.