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Each week we publish stories about the best wines and spirits, our experts, upcoming events, and beverage industry news. And, don't miss our new IWSC Insights series, where we take an in-depth look into drinks businesses and markets around the world. Looking for recommendations? Visit our consumer website Club Oenologique to read our top 10s and reviews.

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Perfect picnic wines

As the summer holiday season kicks off all over Europe and the weather warms up, the opportunity to dine al fresco is difficult to pass up.

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Provence, rosé's spiritual home

What could be more appropriate than celebrating the longest day of the year and the start of the British summer than with a spotlight on rosé's home: Provence

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Judge profile: Michelle Cherutti-Kowal MW

Michelle Cherutti-Kowal MW is a consultant wine lecturer, writer and presenter, specialising in Italy, France, South Africa and North and South America

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Champagne leads French wine results with 18 Gold medals

The IWSC’s French wine results have been announced today, with a raft of Gold medals awarded to producers throughout the country

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Gold medals awarded to a diverse variety of Italian wines

Italy remains one of the most consistently exciting wine countries, with this year’s winners spread throughout the country

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How Cabernet Franc is making a name in Canada

Cabernet Franc may be one of the most underrated grape varieties of France, if not the world - but it's started spreading its wings in Canada

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Discover Canada’s great diversity

IWSC wine director Christelle Guibert selects some of the very best Canadian winners from a diverse range of grape varieties

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Experience the unknown: Eastern Europe’s indigenous varieties

Last month, our experts were presented with a vast range of indigenous varieties - and it revealed some hidden treasures

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Bacchus: England’s answer to Sauvignon Blanc

Bacchus was created in the 1930s in Pfalz, Germany from a cross between Silvaner, Riesling and Müller-Thurgau

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Sauvignon Blanc Day: Five wines to celebrate with

Sauvignon Blanc is one of the most widely planted, most versatile grape varieties in the world – and arguably one of the most popular

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