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London on-trade tasting for the Armagnac bureau

Published:  03 April, 2013

The Bureau National Interprofessionnel de l'Armagnac (BINA) is to hold a generic Armagnac tasting at the RAF Club, in London's Piccadilly, next month.

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Fortnum & Mason unveils media awards shortlist

Published:  03 April, 2013

A number of leading wine writers have been recognised in the shortlist for the forthcoming Fortnum & Mason Food & Drink Awards 2013.

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New Zealand's Prophet's Rock to increase production

Published:  03 April, 2013

New Zealand winery Prophet's Rock is set for further expansion "into offshore markets" following its purchase by a group...

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South African winemakers helping to raise reputation of country's wines

Published:  03 April, 2013

The new generation of winemakers in South Africa is helping to increase the prestige and sophistication of wines coming out of the country, according to leading wine critics at last week's ProWein in Dusseldorf, Germany.

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Winestars World producers battle it out for international listings

Published:  02 April, 2013

Six out of the 10 competing producers at the inaugural Winestars World competition held at last week's Prowein walked away with significant interest from at least one of the wine buyer judges, writes Erin Smith.

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iPad wine list for Congham Hall

Published:  02 April, 2013

Luxury Norfolk hotel Congham Hall has replaced its paper wine list with an interactive iPad menu.

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World's first €1million bottle of wine goes on sale

Published:  31 March, 2013

The world's most expensive bottle of wine - Domaine of the Bee 'Reductio ad Absurdam' 2010 - goes on sale today with a price tag of €1 million.

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English sparkling wines get rave reviews at ProWein

Published:  29 March, 2013

English sparkling wine was seen as one of the big successes at last week's ProWein with wines from the five participating wineries receiving rave reviews, writes Miguel Cruz Liljegren

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Jukes and Stelzer unveil new Great New Zealand Pinot Noir Classification

Published:  28 March, 2013


The sixth Great New Zealand Pinot Noir Classification released this week by wine critics Matthew Jukes and Tyson Stelzer has seen 23 new wineries join the list.

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Sogrape declares its 2011 Port vintage as one of the best in history

Published:  28 March, 2013

Portuguese producer, Sogrape, has announced its 2011 Port vintage could have the "greatest potential for ageing" than any vintage in the history of its Ferreira, Offley and Sandeman ports.

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Kingsland installs solar panels

Published:  28 March, 2013

Kingsland Wines & Spirits has installed solar panels on its roof which will provide up to 70% of the factory's energy.

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Champagne sales rallied in top-end restaurants, Lanson report reveals

Published:  28 March, 2013

Champagne sales in the on-trade surged by a robust 7.2% last year, bucking the widely reported decline in retail sales.

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Record numbers from around the world visited ProWein 2013

Published:  27 March, 2013

More international visitors than ever before visited the largest ever ProWein this week. The three-day fair hosted 4,783 exhibitors from 48 countries and more than 44,000 trade visitors, up from 40,667 last year.

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Sommelier of the Year semi-finalists named

Published:  27 March, 2013

The Academy of Food & Wine Service has announced the 10 semi-finalists of this year's Moët UK Sommelier of the Year 2013.

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David Cox appointed chief executive of The Benevolent

Published:  27 March, 2013

The drinks trade charity The Benevolent has announced the appointment of David Cox as its new chief executive.

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Boutinot sold in management buyout

Published:  26 March, 2013

International wine business Boutinot has been bought out by its management team, led by Dennis Whiteley, Michael Moriarty and Tony Brown MW.

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Balance of power shifts between major wine countries at ProWein

Published:  25 March, 2013


The balance of power between the main wine-producing countries is there to see at this week's ProWein, with all facing their own difficulties while trying to exploit new opportunities.

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UK wine companies must plan international expansion with care

Published:  25 March, 2013

UK wine companies looking to expand their business internationally need to be careful they do their homework first and choose the right countries to operate in.

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Lidio Carraro to produce official World Cup wines

Published:  25 March, 2013

Lidio Carraro has been named the producer of the official licensed wines for the World Cup in Brazil in 2014.

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World of wine heads to ProWein 2013

Published:  24 March, 2013

ProWein 2013 opened today in Düsseldorf looking to cement its increasingly respected position as the...

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