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Rémy Martin XO

Rémy Cointreau Q1 sales suffer an expected slide

20 Jul 2016 | By Erin Smith

Famed cognac conglomerate Rémy Cointreau’s first quarter reported sales slid -2.1% to €218.6 million for the three months ending on 30 June 2016.

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Insights: Do wine preservation systems engage consumers or not? Subscription

25 Jul 2016 | By Jo Gilbert

Wine preservation technology encourages consumers to engage with new wines, but are they practical to the point of impersonal?

Survival of the fittest

Analysis: Is consolidation a challenge to the traditional importer business model? Subscription

21 Jul 2016 | By Angela Mount

With consolidation rife and buying patterns changing are the roles of UK wine distributors changing?

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Mitchell Taylor, managing director, Wakefield Wines, Clare Valley

Family Affair Part 3: Mitchell Taylor, managing director, Wakefield Wines, Clare Valley Subscription

25 Jul 2016 | By Andrew Catchpole

Family-owned wineries still thrive in an increasingly consolidated world. Andrew Catchpole speaks to Mitchell Taylor, the managing director of Wakefield Wines located in the Clare Valley, about the benefits of being independently run. This is the third article in a four part series.

Robert Hill-Smith, chairman, Yalumba, Barossa Valley

Family Affair Part 2: Robert Hill-Smith, chairman, Yalumba, Barossa Valley Subscription

22 Jul 2016 | By Andrew Catchpole

Family-owned wineries still thrive in an increasingly consolidated world. Andrew Catchpole speaks with Robert Hill-Smith, chairman of Yalumba in Barossa Valley about the benefits of being independently run. This is the second article in a four part series.

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