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Champagne Lanson, one of the UK’s leading Champagne brands, has agreed a five-year sponsorship deal with London’s O2 venue.
Gains in its gifting business and expanding it loyalty membership by over a third helped Virgin Wines to pull in bumper sales this Christmas.
As we hurtle towards the hard Brexit scenario outlined by Theresa May in her speech earlier this week, there are two main concerns affecting our industry.
The body which represents the wine and spirits industry is calling on the industry to make sure that wine is looked on favourably at the next budget.
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The UK Vineyards Association (UKVA) has revealed plans to apply for Protected Geographical Indication (PGI) for English sparkling wine, using the term “British Fizz”.
The Wines 4 Trade French Wine Discoveries tasting marked its 156th London edition with a new venue near Tower Bridge, bringing together 120 producers with dedicated focuses on the Loire and grower Champagnes, drawing over 500 buyers to what organiser Anne-Catherine Vigouroux described as the “most successful event” yet
Historic Spanish winery Marqués de Riscal will be the focus of a new marketing and sales push to promote its presence in the UK.
Wine trade stalwart Christopher Carson and son Jonathan are to launch a new partnership with quality Italian food distributor Carnevale this February
Future trends: Technology turning "going out" into "staying in" and replacing planning with spontaneity
A new report from drinks giant Diageo which identifies three key social trends for the year ahead, shows that technology will increasingly become be a driving factor in how consumers spend their time.
Lord Roy Kennedy of Southwark, shadow spokesperson for the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG), has confirmed his support for strengthening planning laws to protect vulnerable pubs across England.
Premiumisation is the trend that is sweeping the world globally, with not just beers, wines and spirits, but also FMCGs like milk and beauty products taking the international market by storm according to Nielsen.
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