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The week that was

Published:  17 January, 2019

In case you missed some of the headlines this week on, here’s a review of the top online news, analysis, opinions and features.

Top stories: Dan Jago stepping down as CEO of Berry Bros & Rudd and Jay Swanborough’s resignation from 31Dover were among our most read stories this week, alongside Greencroft revealing its on track to become the largest UK bottling operation.


Analysis and Insights: We looked at how uncertainty about the future is leading senior on-trade management to lose confidence in their own business and caught up with Bibendum chief executive Michael Saunders to discover what’s in store at his end, while Australian producers told us their vision for the demanding UK market. Last but not least, we looked back at the ups and downs across the drinks categories in 2018.  

  • There may be trouble ahead…

  •  The Aussie-Anglo Alliance

   Back to business

  •  That was the year that was


People and Opinion: Columnist Jerry Lockspeiser asks - for all our sakes - that 2019 be the year that 'better' wine dies, while Guy Woodward debates if we should judge a winemaker’s personality, or just their wines.

  Jerry Lockspeiser: 2019 - The year 'better' wine died

  Guy Woodward: Judging the winemaker, not just the wine