People

Closing in on the star vintners and wine trendsetters that matter…
28 May 2012

Fruit of his labour

As winemaker of Champagne Charles de Cazanove, Christophe Rapeneau can count on the resources of his family group of champagne houses to deliver excellent bubbly.
27 Apr 2012

A Californian adventure

Thanks to its prized terroir, Frank Family Vineyards has made a much coveted Cabernet Sauvignon in Napa Valley. Winemaker Todd Graff shares about the boutique winery’s rise to fame.
30 Mar 2012

Drink to Drouhin

As the first winemaker in Oregon to plant Phylloxera-resistant rootstock, Dijon clones of Pinot Noir, and introduce high-density vineyards, Maison Joseph Drouhin expresses its pioneering spirit with flair.
29 Feb 2012

All for pinot noir

You can say that Baden-based winemaker, Bernhard Huber, has been instrumental in introducing the word ‘Spätburgunder’ into the vocabulary of oenophiles around the world.
27 Jan 2012

Cos and effect

Thanks to high-tech cellars and a move towards organic farming, Jean-Guillaume Prats, chief executive officer of Cos d’Estournel, has been able to refine the quality of his wines from his top Second Growth winery.
30 Dec 2011

Tasting a new chapter

If there is one brand that has helped to reverse China’s once sullied reputation as a wine producer, it’s Li Demei. epicure finds out how a Ningxia winery managed to bag top honours at last year’s Decanter World Wine Awards.
01 Dec 2011

Keeping the bubbles alive

Maintaining its age old traditions of winemaking is what matters most to Pierre-Emmanuel Taittinger, president of Taittinger.
31 Oct 2011

Pulp fiction in a bottle

It wouldn’t be far-fetched to say that Matt Gant aims to be the Quentin Tarantino of the Barossa wine industry. He shares how he is putting the fun back into grape appreciation.
29 Sep 2011

The fancy farmer

Steve Smith, the director of wine at Craggy Range winery, is out to show everyone that New Zealand’s grape portfolio is more than just its Sauvignon Blanc.
02 Sep 2011

Grape reinvention

Having had success with French varietals, Sicily-based winemaker, Alessio Planeta, is revisiting the island’s vino past by focusing on native grapes and even reviving Julius Caesar’s favourite quaff.
28 May 2012

Fruit of his labour

As winemaker of Champagne Charles de Cazanove, Christophe Rapeneau can count on the resources of his family group of champagne houses to deliver excellent bubbly.
27 Apr 2012

A Californian adventure

Thanks to its prized terroir, Frank Family Vineyards has made a much coveted Cabernet Sauvignon in Napa Valley. Winemaker Todd Graff shares about the boutique winery’s rise to fame.
30 Mar 2012

Drink to Drouhin

As the first winemaker in Oregon to plant Phylloxera-resistant rootstock, Dijon clones of Pinot Noir, and introduce high-density vineyards, Maison Joseph Drouhin expresses its pioneering spirit with flair.
29 Feb 2012

All for pinot noir

You can say that Baden-based winemaker, Bernhard Huber, has been instrumental in introducing the word ‘Spätburgunder’ into the vocabulary of oenophiles around the world.
27 Jan 2012

Cos and effect

Thanks to high-tech cellars and a move towards organic farming, Jean-Guillaume Prats, chief executive officer of Cos d’Estournel, has been able to refine the quality of his wines from his top Second Growth winery.
30 Dec 2011

Tasting a new chapter

If there is one brand that has helped to reverse China’s once sullied reputation as a wine producer, it’s Li Demei. epicure finds out how a Ningxia winery managed to bag top honours at last year’s Decanter World Wine Awards.
01 Dec 2011

Keeping the bubbles alive

Maintaining its age old traditions of winemaking is what matters most to Pierre-Emmanuel Taittinger, president of Taittinger.
31 Oct 2011

Pulp fiction in a bottle

It wouldn’t be far-fetched to say that Matt Gant aims to be the Quentin Tarantino of the Barossa wine industry. He shares how he is putting the fun back into grape appreciation.
29 Sep 2011

The fancy farmer

Steve Smith, the director of wine at Craggy Range winery, is out to show everyone that New Zealand’s grape portfolio is more than just its Sauvignon Blanc.
02 Sep 2011

Grape reinvention

Having had success with French varietals, Sicily-based winemaker, Alessio Planeta, is revisiting the island’s vino past by focusing on native grapes and even reviving Julius Caesar’s favourite quaff.