Will this be the end of one era and the start of another one? It's quite unlikely, although the market will certainly lose a bunch of players.
With Euro and Dollar / Ruble exchange rates skyrocketing yesterday due to Russia's disagreeable behaviour with the OPEC, the question we are left with — has the next crisis just arrived and how this will affect the wine market, wine
As much as I would like wine market in Russia to become a more welcoming place for all international wine players, we are still facing a lot of difficulties. And, yet, when wines from the EU face a possible increased
Looking for wine importer is not an easy task, especially when you’re a stranger in the new market. Two major exhibitions for Italian wines in Russia are Vinitaly and Gambero Rosso (there’s actually Solo Italiano too), but is it worth
If you think that wine communications in Russia are a hard thing to do, you're probably not right. There are some obstacles, but understanding them means better work in this volatile, but attractive market
Earlier this year I was writing about the perspectives of those willing to find an importer and distributor for their wines in Russia. There's an important update to that information.
One might be tired of the same old story, but you know what: definitely not of the wines. The recent “Old but Gold” tasting of older Verdicchios of Marche, the region where mountains date the sea on a regular basis,
Have you already noticed (and tasted) some of those Proseccos carrying the name “Rive” on the label? Introduced in 2009, the category is supposed to bring a more terroir focus on the Conegliano-Valdobbiadene DOCG subzones, but is there a future