Shifts in traditional educational bodies and a wave of new resources have improved access to wine education—but is it enough?
Without the success of the White Oak Initiative—a coalition of distilleries, cooperages, and foresters—there will be too few trees for their current widespread use
Despite the challenges that come with being a négociant in the U.S., the flexibility of the business model makes it an appealing one
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
A cumbersome certification process and growing consumer awareness have prompted more mezcal distillers to embrace the agave spirits label instead.
One writer with epilepsy shares what it’s like to work in a winery with an invisible disability—and examines what the industry can do to create a more welcoming workplace
The pandemic exacerbated problems plaguing beverage alcohol warehouses, especially those around major ports. Are there any solutions in sight?
Beverage company owners have many options for succession when they’re ready to retire. The key is to start planning early
Supply chain disruptions and calls for more sustainable options have put this seasonal staple in the spotlight—yet demand for value-added packaging remains high
Over the past decade, the wine industry has struggled to connect with millennial consumers, but a spate of wine-focused tech companies are exploring new ways to attract a younger generation