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Second Emerging Regions Tasting kicks off the 'Tasting Season'

Published:  04 September, 2014
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Paying suppliers late now seen as normal business practice says MasterCard study

Published:  04 September, 2014

Paying suppliers late is now seen as part of normal business practice by many international companies, according to a new study.

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Advertising legend Sir John Hegarty to be star turn at WSTA conference

Published:  04 September, 2014

Advertising guru turned wine producer, St John Hegarty, is to give the keynote talk at this month's Wine & Spirit Trade Association annual conference.

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Vinexpo strengthens management team ahead of 2015 Bordeaux show

Published:  04 September, 2014

Vinexpo has strengthened its management team ahead of next year's exhibition in Bordeaux with two new directors joining the team.

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Australian winemakers to join Negociants on tour of UK independents

Published:  04 September, 2014

Negociants UK will be hitting the road later this month  as part of a nationwide tour of tastings focused on the independent and on-trade. 

 

 

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Drinks wholesalers face stiff "penalties" for not registering with HMRC

Published:  03 September, 2014

 

All wholesalers that sell alcohol will have to register with the HMRC by 2017 under new rules set to be introduced early next year.

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Pernod Ricard still 'extremely optimistic' about China despite 23% drop

Published:  03 September, 2014

Despite taking a 23% hit in China, according to Pernod Ricard's year-end financial results, the company is still "extremely optimistic" about the potential of the Chinese market moving forward.

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Berry Bros & Rudd takes on Sweden's Karlsson's Gold Vodka

Published:  02 September, 2014

The Swedish premium vodka, Karlsson's Gold Vodka, is the latest addition to Berry Bros & Rudd's growing spirtis portfoliio.

 

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South Africa's Bosman Family Vineyards produces first "orange" wine

Published:  02 September, 2014

Bosman Family Vineyards, the South African Fairtrade producer, has produced an "orange wine" to showcase its natural winemaking practices.

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Georg Riedel on Riedel's new Veritas range and working with Coca-Cola

Published:  02 September, 2014

Founded in 1756 by Johann Cristoph Riedel, the Riedel name is today synonymous with high-quality glassware; loved by the trade and consumers alike. With an impressive track-record of product innovation and savvy marketing, Riedel's market breakthrough arguably came in 1979, when the firm opened a subsidiary in the US. Having collaborated with such iconic winemakers as Robert Mondavi, Angelo Gaja, and more recently soft drinks manufacturer Coca-Cola, Riedel is clearly not an old-world wine snob. The brand is coming to London's Vinopolis this month, to showcase the new Veritas glassware range. James Lawrence asks Georg Riedel what we can expect:

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Napa wineries can learn lessons from Chile following earthquake

Published:  29 August, 2014

Napa wineries should take stock of damage following last week's 6.1 earthquake and consider upgrading facilities, as Chilean winemakers did following its 2010 tremblor.

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Wine trade identifies major opportunities for 2014

Published:  29 August, 2014

The relaunch of the 3 for £10 mechanic; a major crisis in the Spanish bulk wine industry and the growing prominence of fruit-flavoured wines were all chosen as major stories of the year to date by some of the wine trade's top names.

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Back to School: Anya Robson of Murphy Wine Company

Published:  29 August, 2014

As part of our ongoing Back to School series, Anya Robson of bulk wine broker Murphy Wine Company reckons Spain's bulk industry is in crisis and tips South African rosé as one to watch.

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Back to School: Felix Solis UK MD Richard Cochrane

Published:  29 August, 2014

Felix Solis UK managing director Richard Cochrane says the end and restart of the 3 for £10 mechanic was a landmark for the UK wine trade, and reckons further consolidation is on the cards. 

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Former Camel Valley winemaker takes job at Plumpton College

Published:  28 August, 2014

Former Camel Valley winemaker Sarah Midgley has been appointed as winemaker at the UK's wine education hub Plumpton College.

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Back to School: Wines of Argentina's Andrew Maidment

Published:  28 August, 2014

As summer draws to a close, we asked some key figures in the trade to round up events in the wine industry for the year to date, and outline their organisation's plans for the rest of the year.

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Is Spain's bulk wine industry in crisis?

Published:  28 August, 2014
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Stock Spirits H1 sales hit by Polish duty hikes

Published:  28 August, 2014

Stock Spirits saw revenues fall by 10% to €137.7 million as a 15% hike in Polish excise duty hit consumption levels in the six months to June 30.

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Napa Valley wine community moves forward despite persisting tremors

Published:  28 August, 2014

The Napa Valley was shaken by three back-to-back aftershocks on Tuesday, as wineries, local businesses, and residents began to rebuild following the larger quake that struck on Saturday.

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Les Grands Chais de France launches single serve French wine brand to UK

Published:  27 August, 2014

Les Grands Chais de France has launched its Les Vignerons brand in single serve PET glasses in the UK market.

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