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The teetotal trend: Beyond Dry January Subscription

16 Jan 2017 | By Jo Gilbert

As we’ve mentioned elsewhere in Harpers this month, we could be on the verge of the driest January on record. And no, we’re not talking about the weather.

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Guy Woodward: Why are we so down on English fizz? Subscription

16 Jan 2017 | By Guy Woodward

There was a degree of sniping when environment secretary Andrea Leadsom claimed recently that England was taking its place “among the world’s most renowned wine producers”.

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Harpers Data & Insights (HD&I) is a newly launched premium research service from William Reed Business Media, providing original data and expert analysis on wine markets and consumers’ attitudes to wine.

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Jacob's Creek overcomes Yalumba trademark challenge in Australian court

21 Dec 2016 | By Mathew Lyons

An Australian court this week dismissed claims that Jacob’s Creek owner Pernod Ricard had violated a trademark belonging to the family-owned Yalumba winery.

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Wine trends: Predictions 2017

13 Dec 2016 | By Jo Gilbert

White from red regions, Loire and premium US whites are going to be 2017’s big winners, according to Bibendum.

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Viña Caliterra receives first carboNZero certification in Chile

04 Jan 2017 | By Jo Gilbert

Viña Caliterra has become the first winery in Chile to gain a sustainability certificate for their efforts to reduce harmful greenhouse gases.

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Multi-million dollar R&D project aims to bring “international recognition” to Australian Shiraz

16 Jan 2017 | By Jo Gilbert

5.3 million AUD is being invested to better understand – and promote - Australian terroir to international markets.

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Chapel Down vineyard

Guy Woodward: Why are we so down on English fizz? Subscription

16 Jan 2017 | By Guy Woodward

There was a degree of sniping when environment secretary Andrea Leadsom claimed recently that England was taking its place “among the world’s most renowned wine producers”.

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