Sauvignon Blanc

Soto: Chile has copied NZ for too long

Chilean winemakers have been copying New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc for too long and need to find their own style according to Rodrigo Soto of Veramonte.

Marlborough Sauvignon moving past ‘one dimensional’ style

The perception that Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc is "one dimensional" is rapidly diminishing, says the chief winemaker of Brancott Estate, as winemakers up their efforts to highlight sub regional difference.

Asian Sauvignon Blanc and Riesling Masters 2017: the results

The consistency of New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc and the diversity of Riesling impressed a panel of expert judges at our latest Asian Masters, underlining the two white grape varieties' immense market potential in Hong Kong.

10 stories that our readers couldn’t resist

We round up the week’s most irresistible articles on the drinks business including 10 grape myths and legends and a fortunate feline saved from certain death by a bottle of vodka. 

The Loire in pictures

October 24th, 2016

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