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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. 

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Independent Merchants

Seven Cellars, Brighton

State of the indie nation Subscription

07 Apr 2017 | By Andrew Catchpole

As we begin planning for our next Think Indie, Drink Indie event this summer it’s a reminder of just how much has happened in the trade since last summer, when our inaugural event explored the opportunities and challenges faced by the sector. 

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CIVB outlines strategy for Everyday Bordeaux

31 Mar 2017 | By Jo Gilbert

Bordeaux’s wine council is continuing to promote the region’s potential in the every day drinking segment by trying to distance itself from Bordeaux’s image of being “old-fashioned and complicated”.

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Brewers

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UK’s first low alcohol brewery extends its range

21 Apr 2017 | By Jo Gilbert

The trajectories of craft and low ABV have combined to produce the UK’s first dedicated low alcohol brewery.

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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On-trade

Classic Margarita

Tequila sales jump 37% in two years

20 Apr 2017 | By Jo Gilbert

Forget the gin boom, tequila could be the next big thing.

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Taking Canada seriously: Jump in sales at Liberty Wines

19 Apr 2017 | By Jo Gilbert

Canadian winemakers face an array of hurdles coming to the UK: high shipping costs, fierce competition, and difficulties settling on margin and price.

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Producers

The Diageo World Class GB finalists for 2017

Diageo World Class GB finalists whittled down to 11

20 Apr 2017 | By Jo Gilbert

Diageo’s annual World Class competition has announced its finalists for GB 2017.

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Campo Viejo leads strong Q3 wine sales at Pernod Ricard

20 Apr 2017 | By Jo Gilbert

Pernod Ricard’s Q3 results show strong growth in its wine sales, driven by leading Rioja label Campo Viejo.

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Retailers

Drink Warehouse

Difficult conversations ahead as 1300 ‘dodgy distributors’ put out of business by AWRS

20 Apr 2017 | By Jo Gilbert

Long-established business relationships have been put in the firing line thanks to tighter regulations on wholesalers – but this is a necessary evil retailers must face, an industry insider has warned.

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Classic Margarita

Tequila sales jump 37% in two years

20 Apr 2017 | By Jo Gilbert

Forget the gin boom, tequila could be the next big thing.

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Sommeliers

Moët UK Sommelier of the Year 2016, Terry Kandylis from 67 Pall Mall

Moët UK Sommelier of the Year 2017 finalists announced

10 Apr 2017 | By Jo Gilbert

Historic Champagne house Moët & Chandon has whittled down its UK finalists for the Moët UK Sommelier of the Year 2017 award.

Winner Terry Kandylis Moet Sommelier of the Year 2016

Moët UK's Sommelier Of The Year opens for entries

03 Mar 2017 | By Jo Gilbert

Moët & Chandon’s Sommelier of the Year competition has returned for another year, once again looking to bestow the accolade on a shining star of the UK on-trade.

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Suppliers

Big Drop Pale Ale 330ml

UK’s first low alcohol brewery extends its range

21 Apr 2017 | By Jo Gilbert

The trajectories of craft and low ABV have combined to produce the UK’s first dedicated low alcohol brewery.

Drink Warehouse

Difficult conversations ahead as 1300 ‘dodgy distributors’ put out of business by AWRS

20 Apr 2017 | By Jo Gilbert

Long-established business relationships have been put in the firing line thanks to tighter regulations on wholesalers – but this is a necessary evil retailers must face, an industry insider has warned.

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