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Ardbeg's Supernova 2014

Ardbeg celebrates return from space with release of SUPERNOVA 2014

29 Aug 2014 | By Erin Smith

Ardbeg is celebrating its upcoming return from space on September 12 by releasing its third edition of Supernova 2014.

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    Back to School: Brand Phoenix's Greg Wilkins

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    Napa's Hess Collection's James Caudill on quake damage at winery

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    "If Carlsberg did Wine & Spirits"

    For future growth Carlsberg must succeed in wine as well as beer, says James Lousada Subscription

    08 Aug 2014 | By Richard Siddle

    As Carlsberg’s specialist wine and spirits division, now called Crown Cellars, celebrates over 20 years, the brewer’s UK chief executive, James Lousada, explains to Richard Siddle why wines and spirits are now so important to the group

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    Big interview: Pierre Levron on why Costco takes wines and spirits so seriously Subscription

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    Costco likes to pile it high, so if you secure a listing there you can expect to see sales take off overnight. Pierre Levron explains to Andrew Don why the wholesaler takes beers, wines and spirits so seriously

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    WSTA's Miles Beale gears up for the next battle to cut wine duty

    04 Jul 2014 | By Gemma McKenna

    Fresh from victory in the battle against hiking alcohol duty ever-upwards, the Wine & Spirit Trade Association’s chief executive is already champing at the bit to secure a fair duty level next time around.

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