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Chapel Down, Kent

Chapel Down at the crest of the English wine wave with 2016 results

21 Apr 2017 | By Jo Gilbert

Sales of English wine and beer are up at Chapel Down, where the company says it is poised to take advantage of the craft and English wine boom.

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Should wine be tapping into the craft movement? Subscription

21 Apr 2017 | By Lisa Riley

The craft brewing movement is showing no signs of slowing down, as small and large brewers alike continue to expand their portfolios, increasingly targeting food outlets in a bid to steal market share from the wine category. 


Italy’s medley of intriguing reds Subscription

20 Apr 2017 | By Lisa Riley

Traditionally built on just a few classic wine names, such as Chianti, Valpolicella and Barolo to name a trio of the most popular, the landscape for the Italian red wine category in the UK is changing.

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Guy Woodward: Restaurants are missing a trick with dull, predictable wine lists Subscription

18 Apr 2017 | By Guy Woodward

The Sunday Times’ recent 1,100-word review of Aster, the rather fun new opening from the D&D group, included an illuminating insight into the French–Scandi restaurant’s wine offering, which I shall reproduce here in full: “We drank a lovely Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc.”

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Tim Atkin MW: Why selling brilliance takes a little more effort than simply flogging booze Subscription

13 Apr 2017 | By Tim Atkin

What makes a good wine merchant? As a significant chunk of the UK trade returns from Bordeaux, having tasted their way through a few hundred samples of youthful, unfinished claret of varying degrees of fidelity to the final bottled blends, it’s worth pausing to ponder the answer. 

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