In recent years, more attention has been paid to the challenges women face in the beverage alcohol industry. Examining the progress women have made—and why there’s more work to be done
Northern California wineries that rely on Merlot for Bordeaux-style blends and varietal wines are struggling to secure enough high-quality grapes. What’s driving this shortage and what can be done to fix it?
10 wine and spirits professionals share the one thing they are changing in the new year
Breweries persevered through an unpredictable year. What adaptations will they make in 2022?
During a time of change, the wine industry is once again proving its resilience. Here are the key trends shaping the wine world in the year to come
Cocktails and spirits expert Noah Rothbaum forecasts some of the biggest trends the spirits industry will see over the next year
John Beaudette explains how increased market access, favorable tax rates, growing consumer demand, and an explosion of new products forecast a bright future for all tiers
A look into the programs, organizations, and scholarships created to bring real change—and why there’s still more work to be done
Opportunity abounds in today’s current hiring frenzy, but restaurant operators are looking for wine pros with new skills who can take on hybrid responsibilities
Inside the dynamics that have held this diverse demographic back in the drinks industry—and the new opportunities bringing change
Pressure from small producers, ecommerce, and emerging new models are challenging the traditional three-tier system. How are new players and established wholesalers responding?
A new generation of craft beer professionals is working to broaden the industry’s overwhelmingly white workforce and consumer base