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On-trade Bartender

Are listing fees driving down value? Subscription

28 Apr 2017 | By Andrew Catchpole

Aside from the small matter of illegality in the US – an anomaly that stretches back to the post-prohibition era – listing fees are very much alive and kicking this side of the Pond, with restaurants and bars commonly involved in this type of support from the main brands that they sell.

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Joe Fattorini Vinitaly 2017

Q&A: Joe Fattorini, IWSC Wine Communicator 2017, talks passion vs professionalism

27 Apr 2017 | By Jo Gilbert

Presenter and writer Joe Fattorini has made a career out communicating about wine.

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Harpers Data & Insights


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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Taj Mahal

Taj Mahal Brewing Co partners with Oakwood Vineyards to launch Indian wines

22 Mar 2017 | By Lisa Riley

The Taj Mahal Brewing Co has partnered with Oakwood Vineyards to make its first foray into wine with an Indian quartet.

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Distell extends partnership with Stock Spirits to boost its UK spirits portfolio

21 Mar 2017 | By Lisa Riley

South African alcohol producer Distell has extended its partnership with Stock Spirits to enhance its spirit range in the UK.

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Niagara Chardonnay Bachelder

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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Lebanon gaining ground Subscription

26 Apr 2017 | By Andrew Catchpole

From the streets of Beirut to the rambling towns and vineyards of the Bekaa Valley, Lebanon crashes in on the senses like no other wine-producing country. 

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Champagne and sparkling summit 2017

What a Champagne and sparkling summit tells us about the sparkling sector in 2017

26 Apr 2017 | By Jo Gilbert

Champagne’s reign as the sparkling drink of choice for UK consumers has been dealt two curveballs in the past few years.

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