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Investments in ultra-premium spirits

Insights: Why the super-premium and ultra-rare bottles spirits market is heating up Subscription

16 Sep 2015 | By Dominic Roskrow

A growing demand for super-premium and ultra-rare bottles of whisky and Cognac has created a fiercely competitive market for the very best spirits. Why is it happening now?

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Tim Atkin

Tim Atkin MW: Young winemakers behind South Africa's "golden" age of wine

09 Oct 2015 | By Tim Atkin

When was the last time you entered a wine tasting through a record shop?

Nick Picone, Villa Maria

Q&A: Nick Picone, chief winemaker for Villa Maria talks about Albariño's X-factor Subscription

30 Sep 2015 | By Anne Krebiehl MW

Nick Picone became Villa Maria’s Group Chief Winemaker in June, after 18 years as a winemaker across Villa Maria’s wineries in New Zealand’s North and South Islands. He talks to Anne Krebiehl MW about his new role, about his plans and why he thinks Albariño has the X-factor.

 Pinot in the City

Matthew Gaughan: Oregon is a region still young at heart Subscription

21 Sep 2015 | By Matthew Gaughan

The late summer sunshine in the beautiful surroundings of San Francisco’s Presidio saw 66 Oregon producers showcase the state’s wines. The event, Pinot in the City, which was held last month naturally focused on Pinot Noir, but a number of white wines were also available for tasting.

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