Wine

China hits back with US$60bn tariffs on US goods

American wine’s prospects in China have been met with another huge blow this week, as the Chinese government announced that it will levy an additional 10% tariff on American wines on top of the 15% previously announced.

CapeWine 2018: Perilous progress

The latest instalment of CapeWine threw into ever sharper relief the enormous qualitative heights the best South African wines are hitting but the industry is not without serious structural problems that need to be overcome if growth and progress is to be maintained.

Fine wine investment: Pomerol and Lafleur

There are châteaux with a longer history, but few with the cachet of Petrus. The difficulty with Petrus from a wine investment perspective is that it comes at a very high price point, so what of other Pomerols?

Prosecco exports to UK dip 7% after decade of growth

For the first time in over a decade exports of Prosecco to the UK have fallen, dipping by 7% in the first half of the year, according to analysis from Italian farming association Coldiretti.

Unfiltered: Isabelle Legeron MW

September 20th, 2018

Dates for ProWein 2020 set

September 18th, 2018

Zachys HK sale realises HK$36m

September 18th, 2018

‘Sexy’ 2016 Yquem released

September 18th, 2018

Adrian Garforth to head IMW

September 18th, 2018

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