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New face for Hardys: England cricket's Stuart Broad

£4 million Hardys cricket campaign will be 'possibly' biggest ever for a wine in the UK market

Australian wine brand Hardys has launched a £4 million advertising campaign ahead of this summer’s Ashes cricket series to support its sponsorship of the England team.

Tomatin 36 Year Old

Tomatin releases first batch of 'ongoing' supplies of 36 Year Old single malt whisky

Japanese-owned Scotch whisky distillery Tomatin has released the first limited batch of a 36-year-old expression, but said it would be an ongoing fixture in its range with more batches to follow.

Beltrán Domecq, president of Consejo Regulador Jerez-Xérès-Sherry

Sherry goes to the cinema with UK premiere at Edinburgh film festival

Sherry producers are hoping for an unexpected boost in profile with the release of a feature film documentary about the fortified wine.

Courvoisier XO 2015

Parisian history inspires rebrand for Courvoisier Cognac

Beam Suntory has rebranded the Courvoisier Cognac range with a look inspired by its links with fin de siecle Paris.

Nick Waterman, Yalumba's managing director

Yalumba launches marketing boost

Australia’s oldest family vineyard, Yalumba, is launching a new marketing boost which will see it partner with local independent wine merchants to offer consumers the chance to attend pop up food events.

Naked Wines' founder Rowan Gormley

Naked Wines is UK's most popular specialist online wine retailer, says Harpers new report

Naked Wines is the most popular specialist online wine retailer in the UK, according to a new Harpers report published today that examines the online shopping habits of British consumers.

Carlsberg's Crown Cellars

Going out to the pub is top leisure activity says Carlsberg study

Going to the pub is still the number one leisure activity, according to the findings of a consumer poll of some 1,800 people.

Google's Hamish Nicklin believes YouTube is the perfect plaform for wine

Google chief: social media gives wine the chance to shine

Social media platforms like YouTube give the wine industry the chance to connect directly with consumers in a way traditional media channels such as TV and newspapers have always denied them, according to Google’s Hamish Nicklin.

DWCC event is taking place in Montreux

Digital technology is a 'disruptive' force for the wine trade hears DWCC

Technology is having a ’disruptive’ effect on how wine businesses are run delegates at the Digital Wine Communications Conference heard this weekend in Montreux, Switzerland.   

Jancis Robinson MW to highlight Swiss wines

Jancis Robinson leads roll call of wine personalities at DWCC in Montreux

Jancis Robinson MW leads an international line up of leading wine figures that have descended on Montreux, on the bank of Lake Geneva, for this year’s Digital Wine Communications Conference.

Waitrose predicts a healthy future for lighter wines like Gruner Vetliner and Albarino

Waitrose predicts healthy future for South American and lighter style wines and spirits

South American wines and more left field grape varieties like an Austrian Grüner Veltliner or a Spanish Albarino are going to become far more trendy in the months ahead, according to the new Waitrose Food and Drink Report 2014.

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