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Brad and Angelina - what will happen to Chateau Miraval

Tim Atkin MW: What will happen to brand Brangelina?

30 Sep 2016 | By Tim Atkin

You can always rely on the wine trade to show a sense of perspective. As Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie prepare to eviscerate one another in the divorce courts, no doubt damaging the lives of their six children in the process, the question on everyone’s lips is: what’s going to happen to Château Miraval?

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Gifting and corporate sales leads to better than expected Christmas at Virgin Wines

20 Jan 2017 | By Jo Gilbert

Gains in its gifting business and expanding it loyalty membership by over a third helped Virgin Wines to pull in bumper sales this Christmas.

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Australia Day Tasting 2016

Australia Day Tasting: What to expect from the UK’s dominant wine category Subscription

18 Jan 2017 | By Andrew Catchpole

January can be bleak for the trade, with the mix of diminished consumer spend, attempts to cut back on the booze and the ever-glorious weather conspiring against the will to go out and enjoy.

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Enotria to drive by-the-glass offer

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.

Fairtrade

Men driving growth of Fairtrade wine says Co-op

08 Dec 2016 | By Jo Gilbert

Evidence that the growing number of ethically sourced and social responsible drinks companies is in response to consumer demand for alcohol with a conscience has been backed by data from the Co-op which revealed that its sales of Fairtrade wine are up 25% YOY.

Distell

Distell breaks contracts as it moves to direct distribution

20 Oct 2016 | By Jo Gilbert

South African alcohol producer Distell has unveiled plans to bring the distribution of all its brands in-house so that it can directly manage the sales and marketing of its UK portfolio.

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