People

Closing in on the star vintners and wine trendsetters that matter…
30 Oct 2013

No shortcut to success

Susana Balbo overcame several setbacks—including a failed winery—and tells Lin Weiwen how she bounced back to become one of the icons of the Argentinian wine industry.
29 Jul 2013

Planting a brighter future

Having established his reputation with impressive Shirazes, Barossa Valley-based winemaker, Grant Burge, is now experimenting with Pinot Noir in Tasmania.
28 Jun 2013

Fruitful relationship

To Rasvan Macici, South Africa’s diverse terroir is the perfect playground to satisfy his experimental streak with grape varietals.
31 May 2013

Moving up the grapevine

Château Angelus is now the cream of the crop in Saint-Émilion after having been promoted from a Premier Grand Cru classé B to classé A status late last year.
13 May 2013

Homeopathy for vines

A vineyard is just like the human body: you build its immunity through a healthy diet, and not medication, says biodynamic winemaker Thibault Liger-Belair.
28 Mar 2013

Heart on his sleeve

Mosel-based winemaker Ernst Loosen has battled old dogmas and proven his critics wrong by making award-winning wines.
28 Feb 2013

Chip off the old block

François and Louis Mitjavile show that intuition and gumption are what it takes to stand out in the crowded world of Bordeaux winemaking.
29 Jan 2013

Man in the middle

Barolo winemaking is infamously split into two camps: the modernists and the traditionalists. But Pio Boffa, winemaker of Pio Cesare winery, shows that the best approach is to mix and match methods from each side.
28 Dec 2012

The evolution of Chablis

Burgundy’s white wine outpost has been producing styles that have left Chablis fans in two opposing camps. Jenny Tan checks out the scene at the Grand Jours du Bourgogne.
28 Nov 2012

Foam party

After being blown away by the taste of Orval—a beer produced in limited quantity from a Trappist brewery—in Belgium, hop fanatic Roland Utama was disappointed that he could not find the same elixir in Singapore.
30 Oct 2013

No shortcut to success

Susana Balbo overcame several setbacks—including a failed winery—and tells Lin Weiwen how she bounced back to become one of the icons of the Argentinian wine industry.
29 Jul 2013

Planting a brighter future

Having established his reputation with impressive Shirazes, Barossa Valley-based winemaker, Grant Burge, is now experimenting with Pinot Noir in Tasmania.
28 Jun 2013

Fruitful relationship

To Rasvan Macici, South Africa’s diverse terroir is the perfect playground to satisfy his experimental streak with grape varietals.
31 May 2013

Moving up the grapevine

Château Angelus is now the cream of the crop in Saint-Émilion after having been promoted from a Premier Grand Cru classé B to classé A status late last year.
13 May 2013

Homeopathy for vines

A vineyard is just like the human body: you build its immunity through a healthy diet, and not medication, says biodynamic winemaker Thibault Liger-Belair.
28 Mar 2013

Heart on his sleeve

Mosel-based winemaker Ernst Loosen has battled old dogmas and proven his critics wrong by making award-winning wines.
28 Feb 2013

Chip off the old block

François and Louis Mitjavile show that intuition and gumption are what it takes to stand out in the crowded world of Bordeaux winemaking.
29 Jan 2013

Man in the middle

Barolo winemaking is infamously split into two camps: the modernists and the traditionalists. But Pio Boffa, winemaker of Pio Cesare winery, shows that the best approach is to mix and match methods from each side.
28 Dec 2012

The evolution of Chablis

Burgundy’s white wine outpost has been producing styles that have left Chablis fans in two opposing camps. Jenny Tan checks out the scene at the Grand Jours du Bourgogne.
28 Nov 2012

Foam party

After being blown away by the taste of Orval—a beer produced in limited quantity from a Trappist brewery—in Belgium, hop fanatic Roland Utama was disappointed that he could not find the same elixir in Singapore.