Coronavirus

The Wuhan wet market is a digital art piece. Anyone can visit, using a smartphone

Wuhan, Wet Market, is the digital art piece by artist John Craig Freeman, who started the project in 2016, unaware of what would have happened in 2020. Today his exploration of the Chinese market in Wuhan proves to be very ...Leggi altro

Jul. 07 2020

Wine and Covid-19. The challenges and the experience

Wine entrepreneurs at the time of Covid-19 are facing new challenges. The markets are reopening, so here's what we can do to help.

Jul. 03 2020

Restarting cocktail bars according to Patrick Kong Pistolesi of Drink Kong

Drinking a good cocktail at the bar doesn't necessarily involve gatherings. Indeed, it can and must be done in total safety. Here's how Drink Kong is doing it in Rome.

Jun. 10 2020

Being a restaurateur. “A love story” by Francesco Panella

“Our job? We make people forget about problems and make them feel what they really are: special.” A message of love by restaurateur Francesco Panella.

Jun. 01 2020

Germany: strict rules and few seasonal workers in the world of wine

The world of wine in Germany is changing due to Coronavirus emergency. The safety rules are extremely strict and there can be only a few seasonal workers.

May. 29 2020

Portugal’s wine market: estimated loss of 50% in sales

Coronavirus has been having very serious consequences for the entire wine sector in Portugal. Here a quick analysis of sales.

May. 28 2020

Thermometer used in restaurants and public businesses hailing from the world of wine

TAACfatto is a standing thermometer that can be used in restaurants and public businesses. The idea comes from Marco Zorzettig, Friulian wine entrepreneur.

May. 27 2020

Madeleine Stenwreth, Stockholm Sweden: the boom of bag in box wine

+40% for bag in box wine. For Madeleine Stenwreth it’s time to focus on low impact wine and revise the European label law.

May. 19 2020

The dining sector in the US is on its knees: 5.9 million unemployed, a recession taking us back 30 years

The monthly U.S. Department of Labor report, which provides updates on national unemployment rate, details 20.5 million jobs lost in April. One in four in the restaurant industry, halving its number of employees, but there's hope for a restart.

May. 15 2020

Managing a restaurant in Sweden’s soft lockdown. Giancarlo Clark’s experience in Stockholm

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.

May. 12 2020
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