An immersion of the senses in Provence
The vineyards of Provence extend over 200 kilometers, through the departments of Var, Bouches-du-Rhône and part of Alpes-Maritimes. Basking in virtually uninterrupted sunshine, the scenery is breathtaking and setting foot in the vineyards alone is enough to create a true holiday feel.
Classic Beverage, a focus on sustainability and artisan wines
Classic Beverage was launched by Classic Fine Foods UK in June 2023 with the aim of expanding the company’s beverage portfolio. Jérôme Poussin, head of the beverage department, explains the company’s ethos, along with current trends in the UK market.
South America goes sparkling
Sparkling wines are beginning to make festive noises in South America and are rippling outwards to global markets. Argentina, Uruguay and Ecuador are witnessing new developments that deserve a toast.
Prosit Group: From nought to sixty (markets) in five years
In just five years, Prosit Group has gone from inception to a holding company with five wineries, a US import company and sixty export markets to its credit. Its CEO Sergio Dagnino and marketing manager Luca Maruffa explain the ethos driving the group’s development, and its plans for the future.
Lily Collins: women have taken ownership of wine
34-year-old Lily Collins is the daughter of Genesis frontman Phil Collins. She is also an actress and the heroine of ‘Emily in Paris’, a series that has achieved global success and provided a showcase for the French luxury goods industry, for its fashion, gastronomy and its most iconic wines…
Crémants d’Alsace play to their strengths
Crémants d’Alsace have been fashionable for a number of years and have achieved a skilful combination of outstanding vineyard sites and remarkable craftsmanship. Stemming from rigorous production procedures, the wines offer an appealing alternative to the legendary Champagne.
Revolution to Evolution: Charting the Future of Swartland Wines
From wheat farms to groundbreaking wine farms, traditional farmers to rebels with an old vine cause, the Swartland grew from being perceived as a relatively obscure winemaking region to a world phenomenon. To maintain their sustainable evolution and how they do business, the Swartland further evolved into a globally recognized hub for exceptional, terroir-driven wines and business models, adding to its success.