New energy, a return to indigenous grape varieties, and experimental techniques make it high time to explore the full spectrum of Lebanon’s wines
As the threat of increased tariffs remains soberingly real, a vocal group of industry activists share what you need to know—and do
The looming threat of 100 percent tariffs is already costing jobs, hurting businesses, and causing instability as the wine industry braces for a decision from D.C.
Proposed higher tariffs on expanded list of European wines could devastate business, say importers and retailers
Importers, wholesalers, and retailers are scrambling to soften the blow of the new 25 percent tariff imposed by the U.S. on beverages from EU nations
Proposed EU tariffs will hurt U.S. businesses and consumers, say alcohol beverage trade groups
Indigenous varieties and dynamic flavor profiles are among the factors helping them break ground in the U.S.
New designations from Austria and Germany are pushing forward the quality of this undervalued sparkling wine category
Author David White defines the key players and developments that shaped the now-popular category
How U.S. beverage alcohol companies can comply with new EU privacy regulations
First Prosecco, now Nero d’Avola—the continuing trademark battle over grape variety names
New energy suffuses the country’s up-and-coming wine regions