Since 1988 Mancini has been a point of reference for Italian dining in Stockholm. Sommelier Giancarlo Clark tells us how the sector is experiencing the crisis in a Sweden that apparently never stopped.
How will the world of wine be after Coronavirus? We asked Felix Jermann, the young fame of famous Jermann winery. Here is what he told us.
The collapse of Horeca and wine tourism and the Covid-19 lockdown will radically change the wine market. For consumption, average prices and profits, the decline will be inevitable, especially in Europe with estimates of –35% in volume and –50% in ...Leggi altro
How will the wine sector be after Coronavirus? It's time for a new start. With the words written by Chilean author Luis Sepúlveda.
The efforts of the food world to fight the pandemic continue. The latest idea comes from a coffee filter company, which started manufacturing surgical masks using their filter.
Club Excellence takes stock of the performance of the sector of wine and spirits distribution. Here's what's happening.
Dining after Coronavirus will be different for sure. How will the restaurants look like once the pandemic is over? Here's the answer by an Italian chef.
Following the Italian model, there are many countries that are armoured to avoid contagion. The first businesses that stop are bars and restaurants. What the chefs are saying about it.
Wine does not transmit Coronavirus, so drinking is safe. And the contamitation with the packaging appears very remote, too.