Wilhelm Coetzee thinks South African winemakers need to go out and make themselves heard, if they want the rest of the world to notice their gems.
If you want to show some appreciation to that hardworking colleague in your team, this would make a fine little gift.
Sandro Mosele, the renowned Pinot Noir makers, thinks Australian wines can boost their status as a serious wine making country by focusing more on the best of what their terroir offers.
Sabrina Tedeschi was once teased by a schoolteacher that she was born in fermentation tanks. The Italian, who hails from a long lineage of vintners, tells Lin Weiwen more about her passion for the family ...
French winemakers Marcel and Philippe Guigal are not ones who’d scoff at their New World counterparts.
Even though females are not traditionally successors of family wine businesses in Burgundy, Anne Parent found herself running Domaine Parent in a twist of fate.
Becoming a wine critic rarely happens by choice, says Lisa Perrotti-Brown. The reviewer for Robert Parker reveals how she got the coveted role and shares her thoughts on the famous point system.
He may have the privilege of being the son of a famous winemaker, but Armin Tement wants to build his own credentials in the wine industry through hard work and inquisitiveness.
Meet Katharina Prüm, the lady who’s set to bring her family-owned winery to the world.
Telmo Rodriguez is on a mission to resurrect abandoned vineyards in Spain.