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Laroche and Jeanjean to merge

Published:  29 September, 2009

French wine producers Jeanjean and Laroche are merging to create a new company with a projected turnover of €200m.

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South Africa - Growth Spurt

Published:  23 September, 2009

With the WOSA Mega-Tasting days away Andrew Catchpole asks if South Africa can keep its enviable recession-beating momentum going.

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Naked Wines spends $100,000 at Wines of Argentina tasting

Published:  21 September, 2009


Naked Wines has pledged to spend $100,000 with Argentine producers following last week's Wines of Argentina tasting at Lord's Cricket Ground.

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Harrop leads Loire Sauvignon project

Published:  21 September, 2009

Sauvignon Blanc from the Loire is hoping to boost its image in the UK with a new campaign aimed at the trade.

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Arniston Bay and Welmoed to unveil brand extensions

Published:  16 September, 2009

After the announcement of the distribution partnership with Percy Fox & Co, the company of wine people are to unveil a series of range extensions and new vintages of its core brands Arniston Bay and Welmoed.

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£30,000 worth of wine stolen from Wimbledon warehouse

Published:  14 September, 2009

Around £30,000 worth of South African wine has been stolen from a warehouse in Wimbledon, owned by South African Wines Online.

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IWC winners announced

Published:  03 September, 2009

Marks & Spencer, Majestic Wine, Berry Bros & Rudd and Seckford Agenices were among some of the big winners at the International Wine Challenge awards held at London's Grosvenor House on Wednesday, September 2.

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Villa Maria founder receives knighthood

Published:  26 August, 2009

George Fistonich, founder of Villa Maria has been recognised with the New Zealand wine industry's first ever knighthood.

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Innovation in wine closures

Published:  11 August, 2009

A flurry of activity, mostly generated by customer demand for innovation, has seen several new closures on the market, both for premium and high volume wines. TCA has given way to OTR, new stoppers have been brought out for sparking wines, and marketeers are getting back on the act as closure choice becomes a way to differentiate brands.

 

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Wines in the press - August 7 - 9

Published:  10 August, 2009

The Guardian

Victoria Moore is talking about chilling light reds. " A good, light red that has been chilled for half an hour in the fridge is not only refreshing and joyful, it also possesses substance and intrigue that holds your attention beyond the first glass," she says.

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Bibendum picks up Roux

Published:  04 August, 2009

Bibendum has bolstered its Burgundy portfolio with the addition of St-Aubin-based firm, Domaine Roux Père et Fils.

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Arniston Bay moves distribution to Percy Fox

Published:  04 August, 2009

Arniston Bay has moved its distribution to Percy Fox following the end of Ehrmanns' partnership with the Company of Wine People and its buy out by Global Vintners.

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Wines in the press - July 31- August 2

Published:  04 August, 2009

The Guardian

Victoria Moore is visiting the Romanée-Conti DRC, vineyards where she says, "in scale, everything is tiny".

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Wines in the press - July 31- August 2

Published:  04 August, 2009

The Guardian

Victoria Moore is visiting the Romanée-Conti DRC, vineyards where she says, "in scale, everything is tiny".

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My Taste

Published:  29 July, 2009

Andrea Briccarello, of Galvin restaurants, tastes his way around Burgundy with Les Caves de Pyrene.

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Hilary Armstrong assesses the wines and food at London's Trishna

Published:  27 July, 2009

For the well-travelled gourmet, the name Trishna is synonymous with great seafood. The Mumbai destination restaurant is held to be one of India's - indeed the world's - best seafood restaurants.

 

 

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Andrea Briccarello tastes his way through Burgundy

Published:  27 July, 2009

Burgundy has always attracted me more than any other region in France because of it's rural heritage and stunning wines. After years of opening gracious and velvety Pinot Noirs and creamy sumptuous Chardonnays, I was very excited to join a small group from Les Caves de Pyrene to visit this promised land.

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Wines in the press July 24-26

Published:  27 July, 2009

The Guardian


Victoria Moore is reviewing Australian Rieslings. She says, Australia caught our attention two decades ago with fruity reds and sunny whites that moved us on from Bulgarian country wine, changed our expectations at the lower end of the scale and became a fixture on the chart of cheap hits.

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Constellation streamlines US distribution

Published:  24 July, 2009

Constellation has streamlined its US distribution with new appointments in 19 states.

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Profits soar at Oyster Bay firm

Published:  22 July, 2009

The New Zealand producer behind the Oyster Bay wine brand has reported a 146% leap in net profit for the last half of 2008.

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