Shifts in traditional educational bodies and a wave of new resources have improved access to wine education—but is it enough?
Variety packs, homegrown grains, and fewer SKUs are all on the docket for the beer industry in the coming year
The spirits industry is evolving to meet shifting consumer demands and a changing world. Here are the trends that will shape the year to come
In the coming year, the wine world will respond to climate change and generational shifts
The pandemic exacerbated problems plaguing beverage alcohol warehouses, especially those around major ports. Are there any solutions in sight?
Entering the lucrative U.S. market presents many challenges for prospective wine and spirits exporters, from finding the right import partner to long-term financial planning
The niche regions and lesser-known grape varieties that importers see as potential new sources for significant wine sales
Grain de Sail, the first commercial exporter of wine by sail freight, shows that sail ship transport isn’t always a green gimmick, but can offer a viable—and scalable—alternative to conventional cargo
Skin-macerated white wines have become as diverse a category as any. Now, restaurants and retailers are highlighting that diversity to guide consumers through the many shades of orange
Approved by Chianti Classico Consorzio members in June 2021, the 11 production zones offer more specificity of origin for Gran Selezione wines
With no end in sight to ongoing supply chain disruptions, beverage companies are adapting in myriad ways
The point person behind the Israel Wine Producers Association discusses his techniques for selling the largest U.S. import portfolio of wines from Israel