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Fourth Wave teams up with Denomination to launch a lighter wine

Published:  04 June, 2019

Fourth Wave has launched a range of lighter-style wines called Tread Softly, in partnership with drinks design outfit Denomination.

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Jeroboams to hold first Summer tasting for a decade

Published:  04 June, 2019

Jeroboams has announced its first Summer tasting for press, customers and clients in over 10 years.

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Boutinot reveals rise in sales and profits

Published:  03 June, 2019

Boutinot has reported turnover increased to £139.6 million for the year ending 31 August 2018, up 4.5% on the previous year.

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Sizing up the options on the high street

Published:  03 June, 2019

Are all high-street wine shops doomed to go the way of Oddbins and Majestic? Chris Wilson takes the pulse of the independent wine trade

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Koerner brothers win Young Gun of Wine award

Published:  03 June, 2019

Damon and Jono Koerner, from Koerner Wine in the Clare Valley, have won the 2019 Riedel Young Gun of Wine award at the 13th Young Gun of Wine awards.

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Alcohol sales fall worldwide, but with recovery to follow, predicts the IWSR

Published:  31 May, 2019

Global alcohol consumption fell back by 1.6% in 2018, according to new data from the IWSR, with some 27.6 billion nine-litre cases being consumed.

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Old world wines dominate on-trade in China, new research shows

Published:  31 May, 2019

Wines from France and Italy dominate the on-trade in China, according to the first in-depth research into the Chinese on-trade market.

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WBWE targets fast growing thirst for bulk in China

Published:  31 May, 2019

World Bulk Wine Exhibition (WBWE) has launched its first Chinese edition in the northern port city of Yantai in response to the booming market for bulk wine imports into China.

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Bacchus symposium de-codes potential of English wine’s “flag bearer”

Published:  30 May, 2019

Experimentation is the key to unlocking the potential of Bacchus, which is fast becoming a “flag bearer” for English wine, industry experts have said.

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Chapel Down reports strong sales growth

Published:  30 May, 2019

Chapel Down has announced a 10% increase in total annual sales to £13 million boosted by a record-breaking harvest.

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Wolf Blass kicks off cricket world cup campaign with £1m push

Published:  29 May, 2019

Treasury Wine Estates (TWE) is gearing up for a summer of sport with Wolf Blass - the official wine partner of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, with a £1 million push.

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Symington reveals first wines made outside the Douro

Published:  29 May, 2019

The Symington family has launched the first wines from its new project at Quinta da Fonte Souto in the Portalegre sub-region of the Alentejo in southern Portugal.

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Vagabond sets down sixth site in Paddington

Published:  29 May, 2019

Vagabond is gearing up for its latest launch, which will this time see its wine-focused proposition expand to include a breakfast menu.

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The Wine Rascals partners with Alexander Wines to enter Scotland

Published:  29 May, 2019

The Wine Rascals has partnered with Alexander Wines marking the company’s Scottish debut.

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Tanners appoints associate trade sales director

Published:  29 May, 2019

Tanners Wines has appointed Julian MacDonald as associate trade sales director.

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Digby opens doors to Arundel tasting room

Published:  29 May, 2019

Digby Fine English has officially opened its doors to its new tasting room in the heart of Arundel, West Sussex.

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Broadland delivers wine with botanical twist

Published:  28 May, 2019

Broadland Wineries unveiled the latest innovation to its portfolio at London Wine Fair (LWF) with the launch of new Three Mills products blurring the boundaries between wine, botanical mixer and long fruit fusion drink.

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Bordeaux pushes sustainability agenda

Published:  28 May, 2019

At first glance, it seems inconceivable that a tradition-bound region such as Bordeaux could willingly embrace change. The strict hierarchy of Bordeaux’s classed growths, cemented in 1855, is as intransigent as it was in the 19th century. Bordeaux’s winemakers remain defined by the vines and the soil they inherit.

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Jo Irvine launches ‘luxury’ wine

Published:  24 May, 2019

Cachet Wine has announced a partnership with Jo Irvine to distribute her Australian wine brand in the UK. The six-strong range has an RRP of between £29.99 and £39.99.

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Bordeaux tourism infrastructure set for major expansion

Published:  24 May, 2019

Oenotourism in Bordeaux is set to expand significantly in the coming years, with a rash of new projects and developments in the pipeline.

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