There’s a gold rush in Jalisco and Oaxaca as a growing number of famous personalities launch tequila and mezcal brands—but which ones have staying power?
Despite fire and smoke damage, excellent wines were produced from Anderson Valley to Santa Barbara
How the pandemic-fueled increase in online sales and decrease in vetting has led to more counterfeit bottles—and how wine professionals can spot them
Distillers rediscover this high-proof, light-colored—and long forgotten—category as a blank canvas of opportunity
A new certification program aims to define this carbon-capturing farming practice, which some believe could transform vineyards and combat climate change
Despite sudden additional tariffs, industry groups are organizing with optimism that the incoming administration could issue a game-changing executive order
Consumers over 50 are drinking more, spending more, and embracing innovation more than past generations. The industry should stop ignoring them
Breweries were forced to adapt in 2020. Which pivots are poised to become permanent fixtures on the brewing landscape?
From logistics and costs to branding and distribution, new entrepreneurs share their strategies for success
A new craft movement, let by mezcal distillers, is reclaiming Mexico’s ancestral grain
Demand surges combined with supply chain disruptions result in out-of-stocks in tequila, Cognac, and Champagne
More winemakers are using partial skin contact to create whites with firmer tannin structures and greater complexity