Reading the signs in this year’s vines

It’s no longer de rigueur to slaughter a bull under a winter solstice moon to read the future from its entrails, but there are ways to predict what lies in store for the world of wine in the year ahead.

12th January, 2008

It’s no longer de rigueur to slaughter a bull under a winter solstice moon to read the future from its entrails, but there are ways to predict what lies in store for the world of wine in the year ahead.

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1. Climate change and wine 2. Increasing bargains in European fine wine 3. Continuing expansion of world wine tourism 4. Wine on film 5. Green and carbon neutral wines...

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