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Pierre Brunelli on becoming a Master Sommelier

We caught up with recently awarded Master Sommelier Pierre Brunelli to talk blind tasting, studying far from London and how to mentally prepare for the MS programme.

Wine

Whites drive Burgundy exports to UK, while reds take a dive

According to the BIVB, Burgundy’s white wines have enjoyed significant growth in the UK.

Wine

Chemical winefare: Pesticides in wine

As the number of alleged pesticide-related illnesses and deaths mount, Linda Johnson-Bell argues the case for the organic, biodynamic and safer future of winemaking

Wine

Dr John Forrest's uncompromising lower-abv wines

The Doctors' range comprises four wines whose lower-abv is achieved through alternative trellising and leaf removal techniques to slow down sugar-building within the berry.

Wine

Champagne and port: Is vintage dead?

Changes in climate, viticulture and advances in winemaking are transforming champagne and port production. So why not make vintages every year? Richard Woodard takes a closer look

Wine

Symington ramps up mechanical harvest trials as picker numbers dwindle

As part of a long-term solution to tackle the falling numbers of available pickers, Symington Family Estates has been trialing a mechanical harvester designed for steep vineyards.

Wine

Christine Parkinson: Sommeliers should take no- and low-alcohol wine more seriously

Former head of wine at Hakkasan Christine Parkinson is urging sommeliers to embrace the no- and low-alcohol trend.

Wine

Dr John Forrest's uncompromising lower-abv wines

The Doctors' range comprises four wines whose lower-abv is achieved through alternative trellising and leaf removal techniques to slow down sugar-building within the berry.

Wine

Champagne and port: Is vintage dead?

Changes in climate, viticulture and advances in winemaking are transforming champagne and port production. So why not make vintages every year? Richard Woodard takes a closer look

Wine

Symington ramps up mechanical harvest trials as picker numbers dwindle

As part of a long-term solution to tackle the falling numbers of available pickers, Symington Family Estates has been trialing a mechanical harvester designed for steep vineyards.

Wine

Christine Parkinson: Sommeliers should take no- and low-alcohol wine more seriously

Former head of wine at Hakkasan Christine Parkinson is urging sommeliers to embrace the no- and low-alcohol trend.

Spirits & Cocktails

The world according to Jack Wakelin

Public’s Jack Wakelin talks to Kate Malczewski about disastrous custard tarts, cultivating a zero-waste ethos and managing life in a public toilet

Mixers & More

Enotria moves into CBD with OTO partnership

London merchant Enotria&Coe has entered into an exclusive partnership with premium CBD drinks brand OTO.

Spirits & Cocktails

The world according to Jack Wakelin

Public’s Jack Wakelin talks to Kate Malczewski about disastrous custard tarts, cultivating a zero-waste ethos and managing life in a public toilet

Mixers & More

Enotria moves into CBD with OTO partnership

London merchant Enotria&Coe has entered into an exclusive partnership with premium CBD drinks brand OTO.