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English wine might be the only clear beneficiaries of today’s referendum debacle as importers look to the domestic marketplace instead of the Eurozone.
The UK is only just coming to terms with the 52% vote in favour to leave the EU.
In a result that has seen the pound and FTSE 100 plummeting and sent shock waves across the European continent, the UK has voted to leave the European Union
A new range of lightly sparkling drinks aimed at women has found its first listing in Sainsbury’s.
My Local stores are on the verge of folding just nine months after 140 stores were sold to new chief executive Mike Green.
Like-for-like sales are up at FTSE 100 giant Tesco, where sales grew by 0.9% for the 13 weeks to 28 May 2016.
The 9th annual Winexpo wine fair in Tbilisi this June saw a renewed focus on kvevri, 8,000 years of winemaking history, along with the evolution of Georgia’s mainstream wines
Research has painted a picture of how shoppers at the UK’s biggest supermarkets are likely to vote in today’s referendum.
Tradeteam, the drinks distribution arm of DHL Supply Chain, has opened new warehousing premises in the south of England to keep up with “strong regional demand in the area”.
When asked if there could be any merit from a leave result following tomorrow’s referendum, the resounding voice from the trade is ‘no’.
More than the Alentejo, more even perhaps than Douro, Vinho Verde is Portuguese wine’s big success story, boasting a name and style recognition that is the envy of other wine regions.
“Orange is not the new rosé,” says Doug Wregg at Les Caves de Pyrene. “It would be more accurate to say it’s the new red.”
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