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"Keep calm and carry on," says Hatch Mansfield MD

Published:  24 June, 2016

A top figure in the wine industry has cautioned the trade "not to over react".

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Brexit: A good day for English wine?

Published:  24 June, 2016

English wine might be the only clear beneficiaries of today's referendum debacle as importers look to the domestic marketplace instead of the Eurozone.

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The week that was Brexit edition: top news, Q&As and opinion on Harpers.co.uk

Published:  24 June, 2016

The UK is only just coming to terms with the 52% vote in favour to leave the EU.

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Off-Piste low-alcohol range listed in Sainsbury's

Published:  23 June, 2016

A new range of lightly sparkling drinks aimed at women has found its first listing in Sainsbury's.

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Waitrose and Iceland shoppers at opposite ends of the leave/remain spectrum

Published:  23 June, 2016

Research has painted a picture of how shoppers at the UK's biggest supermarkets are likely to vote in today's referendum.

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DHL Tradeteam expands logistics infrastructure with new warehouse

Published:  23 June, 2016

Tradeteam, the drinks distribution arm of DHL Supply Chain, has opened new warehousing premises in the south of England to keep up with "strong regional demand in the area".

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Vinho Verde grows up as producers focus in on quality and single variety wines

Published:  22 June, 2016

More than the Alentejo, more even perhaps than Douro, Vinho Verde is Portuguese wine's big success story, boasting a name and style recognition that is the envy of other wine regions.

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The orange myth - why everyone is still confused about orange wine

Published:  22 June, 2016

"Orange is not the new rosé," says Doug Wregg at Les Caves de Pyrene. "It would be more accurate to say it's the new red."

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Launching 31 Days of German Riesling

Published:  21 June, 2016

At last night's launch of 31 Days of German Riesling, Harpers spoke to Lea and Sandeman, who are now in a position to immerse themselves fully in the campaign following a soft trial last year.

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New Zealand's 2016 harvest expected to be 34% larger

Published:  21 June, 2016

As the 2016 harvest draws to a close in New Zealand, growers are reporting an excellent vintage with yields up 34% compared to last year's smaller than average harvest.

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17% of venues not stocking Chardonnay although it's still the on-trade's biggest seller

Published:  20 June, 2016

A new report suggests that the trade isn't listening to the needs of its customers, with a damaging gap emerging between the nation's favourite drinks and what are on wine lists.

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Majestic Wine sales soar, but profits slide

Published:  20 June, 2016

Majestic's financial year 2016 results show that while reported sales increased 41.3% to £402.1m, adjusted profits before taxes declined 30.3% to £15.0m for the same period as the company invests in a three-year transformational plan.

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Massive disconnect between women and wine world's overwhelmingly male gatekeepers, says Monika Elling

Published:  20 June, 2016

Speaking to Harpers in the wake of Guy Woodward's column berating the wine trade for its lack of women in visible front line roles, Monika Elling, CEO of Foundations Marketing Group in New York City, argues that the imbalance of the sexes goes far deeper, to the serious detriment of the trade on both sides of The Pond.

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Sauvignon remains useful prop for Verdejo to ease Rueda's path into the UK

Published:  20 June, 2016

In the wake of the previous decade's economic fallout, the once-booming Rueda region?like many others in Spain?has enjoyed a slow but steady recovery as it struggles to keep its prices buoyed while pursuing importers, shelf space and list placements

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Hallgarten adds first Crete wine as "alternative to Santorini"

Published:  17 June, 2016

Hallgarten is adding a trio of white wines from Crete to its Greek offering as an affordable alternative to "increasingly expensive" Santorini wines.

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Bodega Argento aiming to strengthen on-trade presence with first Taste of London outing

Published:  17 June, 2016

Premium South American wine estate Bodega Argento is continuing its push itself into the on-trade with its first appearance at Taste of London.

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COPY: The week that was: top news, Q&As and opinion on Harpers.co.uk

Published:  17 June, 2016

In case you missed some of the headlines this week on harpers.co.uk, we have done a review of the top online news, Q&As, and opinion stories.

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The week that was Brexit edition: Top news, Q&As and opinion on Harpers.co.uk

Published:  17 June, 2016

The UK is only just coming to terms with the 52% vote in favour to leave the EU.

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Insights: The current state of Georgian wines

Published:  16 June, 2016

Following Winexpo held in Gerogia earlier this month wine professionals had the opprotunity to discover the diveristy of country.

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Q&A: Josefina Harms, Blends Wine Estates

Published:  16 June, 2016

Bodega Argento is currently teaming up with collaborators Constancia Argentinean Grill at the Taste of London event in Regents Park.

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