Cava fights back

07 January, 2016

Spain’s sparklers could be starting to claw their way out from under the shadow of Prosecco, reports Sarah Jane Evans MW

Prosecco harvest report

08 September, 2015

Follador, the major premium prosecco producer, is predicting an incredibly satisfying 2015 harvest.

The rise in prosecco has made Australian Vintage rethink its sparkling wine offering, according to CEO Neil McGuigan.

52% of prosecco drinkers in the UK regard the Italian fizz as ‘very good value for money’, more than twice the figure for champagne, according to a new report from Wine Intelligence.

Sparkling wine consumption in the US is growing, according to a new report from Wine Intelligence.

As demand for sparkling wine shows no signs of abating, the New World is taking its chances and offering quality like never before, as Jamie Goode reports

Buckingham Schenk has announced that Craig Durham is its new managing director.

Prosecco: hard graft

07 November, 2014

Hamish Smith travels to the Prosecco Hills and finds that, while the Italian sparkler is outselling champagne, its bubbles don’t necessarily reach the top

The Champagne & Sparkling Wine World Championships has announced its medal results of the 2014 competition.

The bubbles may not be overflowing for prosecco and cava, but Lucy Britner finds the duo weathering the financial storms of their respective countries

Follador, the premium prosecco producer, is once again an official supplier at the BMW Italian Open.

The head of the consortium that protects Prosecco sparkling Italian wine from Conegliano Valdobbiadene is to address delegates at the International Sparkling Wine Symposium (ISWS), which takes place at Denbies wine estate in the UK on November 1-2.

Drinks International is delighted to announce that premier Italian Prosecco producer Follador is to sponsor this year's Travel Retail Awards.

Prosecco winery Follador has appointed World of Patria as its travel retail and duty free distribution partner.

Winemaker and Prosecco brand Follador is launching to the UK market with a portfolio of sparkling and still wines.

Italy/Australia: The Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore Consorzio has welcomed a ban on Australian producers using the term prosecco, under new EU laws. The Consorzio has pledged to continue fighting to get the ban implemented in other countries that continue to make prosecco, like Brazil.

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