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Tim Heath, senior winemaker, Cloudy Bay

Tim Heath, senior winemaker of Cloudy Bay, talks about the challenges of making an iconic Sauvignon Blanc Subscription

06 Feb 2015 | By Helen Arnold

Tim Heath, Cloudy Bay’s straight-talking 38-year-old Aussie winemaker, talks about the challenges of producing one of the world’s most iconic Sauvignons, his winemaking ethos – and his loathing of accountants.

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Discovering the region of Castilla-La Mancha

26 Feb 2015 | By Marisa D'Vari

The quality of the wines were all very good, and well balanced. The labels were also interesting to behold, as some reflected the traditional Spanish label, while others were almost new wave, designed to stand out on a supermarket shelf.

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Independents

Scotland's Forth Wines will be at SITT Autumn

What to expect at SITT Autumn: Forth Wines

23 Sep 2014 | By Richard Siddle

Scottish distributor, Forth Wines, explains what visitors can expect on its stand at SITT Autumn taking place at the Royal Horticutural Halls in London on September 24.

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Brewers

Beermoth team

Beermoth looks to bring US style beer retailing to Manchester

03 Jul 2014 | By Nigel Huddleston

Specialist beer shops have joined the 21st century, among them Beermoth, in central Manchester’s hip northern quarter, and set up by Scot Davies, a former manager at the city’s The Knott bar, and American Jeremy Stull, who worked at the esteemed Port Street Beer house.

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On-Trade

British and fun is at the heart of the Shack Revolution

Brothers James and Richard Manning are doing their bit to shake up juice bars

03 Dec 2014 | By Bernadette Costello

Brothers James and Richard Manning started out in the industry selling fresh British juices made at their Herefordshire farm. Little did they know that their old wooden apple crates would transform their business, says Bernadette Costello, and they are now looking to work with wine and spirits brands.   

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Producers

Rodrigo Zamorano of Caliterra

Caliterra's Rodrigo Zamorano on making wines that change people's perceptions of Chile

12 Dec 2014 | By Helen Arnold

Chilean winery Errazuriz, established over 130 years ago, has owned Caliterra since 2004. Helen Arnold talks to its chief winemaker, Rodrigo Zamorano, about his new Edicion Limitada range, and the changing face of Chilean wine.

Retailers

The Wine Chambers

The Wine Chambers: bringing quality wine to the north east

10 Jul 2014 | By Jennifer Ashcroft

Ben Chambers, owner of The Wine Chambers stores in Tynemouth and North Shields, talks about the difficulty of buying quality wine in the north east, the superiority of bottled-at-source wine and what keeps customers returning.

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Sommeliers

Jackson Estate's Matt Patterson-Green

Jackson Estate's Matt Patterson-Green showcases his Kiwi wines at Chiltern Firehouse

17 Sep 2014 | By Douglas Blyde

“I believe Marlborough will be known for producing the best Pinot Noir over time,” declares Matt Patterson Green, winemaker of Jackson Estate. In his glass is one expression, Vintage Widow 2012, named, he says, “after women who lose their men to the vineyards…”

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Suppliers

British and fun is at the heart of the Shack Revolution

Brothers James and Richard Manning are doing their bit to shake up juice bars

03 Dec 2014 | By Bernadette Costello

Brothers James and Richard Manning started out in the industry selling fresh British juices made at their Herefordshire farm. Little did they know that their old wooden apple crates would transform their business, says Bernadette Costello, and they are now looking to work with wine and spirits brands.   

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