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Brazilian wine market bounces back

Published:  24 April, 2019

The Brazilian wine market has recovered from its 2016 contraction, according to the latest country report from Wine Intelligence.


Don't miss Harpers Wine Stars Spain, Australia and South America

Published:  13 November, 2018

Harpers Wine Stars, the competition judged by buyers for buyers, is returning fresh for 2019 – and there’s only just over a week left to sign up.


Men driving growth of Fairtrade wine says Co-op

Published:  08 December, 2016

Evidence that the growing number of ethically sourced and social responsible drinks companies is in response to consumer demand for alcohol with a conscience has been backed by data from the Co-op which revealed that its sales of Fairtrade wine are up 25% YOY.


South America | High hopes and challenges

Published:  17 October, 2016

We've criss-crossed the continent to cover four countries this year, and while some are ongoing, others are distinctly new.


Bibendum launching Brazilian winery promo ahead of Rio Olympics

Published:  01 August, 2016

Brazilian winery Miolo, along with Bibendum and Walker & Wodehouse, is launching a Taste of Brazil campaign to encourage customers to make the most of this year's games.


South America | Strength in diversity

Published:  11 September, 2015

Bringing together the flavours and cultures of South America paints a wine picture that's as colourful as it is diverse


Waitrose predicts healthy future for South American and lighter style wines and spirits

Published:  24 October, 2014

South American wines and more left field grape varieties like an Austrian Grüner Veltliner or a Spanish Albarino are going to become far more trendy in the months ahead, according to the new Waitrose Food and Drink Report 2014.


Second Emerging Regions Tasting kicks off the 'Tasting Season'

Published:  04 September, 2014

Lebanon and Brazil to offer specialist masterclasses at Emerging Regions Tasting

Published:  19 August, 2014

Visitors to next month's Emerging Regions Tasting will get the chance to take part in two specialist masterclasses and discover more about Lebanese and Brazilian wines.


Forget octopus and camels, wine is the best way to predict the winners of the World Cup

Published:  17 July, 2014

In 2010 we had Paul the Octopus that was "asked" to predict the outcome of World Cup games; then for the Brazil World Cup it was the turn of Shaheen the camel who became the Paddy Power of football predictions.