HEADLINES

    Bordeaux 2016: the Saint Emilion double act

    The on-going en primeur double act that is Angélus and Pavie went on this morning with the tandem release of both wines, in lockstep on price as usual too.

    LWF 2017: Big Brexit debate

    Brexit was the big topic of the day as the London Wine Fair kicked off yesterday, with a panel of economic, legal and industry experts assessing the implications of the impending divorce from Europe.

    Milne: ‘Cork is completely outdated’

    Cork as a closure for wine is “a completely outdated“ technology nowadays, according to Kym Milne MW, chief winemaker at Bird in Hand in Australia’s Adelaide Hills.

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Subscriber Articles


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


Malbec Masters 2016: results and analysis

For a long time, Malbec has been the preserve of Argentina, with producers there taking the French grape and making it their own. But while the country still reigns supreme, it faces stiff competition from its neighbour, Chile.


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.


Rock on Scotch: How celebrity is shaping the market

Whisky brands have been turning to famous faces to try to reverse sales declines – but not everybody is convinced this is the road to take, writes Lauren Eads

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The London Wine Fair 2017

London, United Kingdom
22nd May 2017

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
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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.