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Alan Sugar’s big gin debate: Are coloured gins a big no-no?

09 Dec 2016 | By Jo Gilbert

The issues surrounding colouring usually clear spirits came to the wider public’s attention last night with the latest episode of BBC1’s The Apprentice.

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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.

Blossom Hill puts the emphasis on fizz for fruit wine re-brand

05 Dec 2016 | By Jo Gilbert

Treasury Wine Estates (TWE) is re-naming its Blossom Hill Fruit Bloom range in order to stress bubbles over fruit.

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Matthew Clark distributes Judgement of Paris Californian wine

25 Nov 2016 | By Jo Gilbert

Jackson Family Wines (JFW) has teamed up with Matthew Clark for the distribution of two of its premium Californian wineries.

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.

Gauchezco Estate Malbec

Malbec and beyond: What’s next for Argentina?

11 Nov 2016 | By Jo Gilbert

One of the great New World success stories is the rise of Argentinian Malbec, which has become the go-to grape for both supermarket shoppers and trendy restaurants in the UK and also worldwide.

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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.

This week

The week that was: top news, Q&As and opinion on Harpers.co.uk

04 Nov 2016 | By Jo Gilbert

In case you missed some of the headlines this week on harpers.co.uk, we have put together a review of the top online news, Q&As, and opinion stories.

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A first look at President Trump: How are the markets reacting?

09 Nov 2016 | By Jo Gilbert

While Americans are reeling from what is being dubbed the “Brexit of the US”, it’s déjà vu for us here in the UK this morning.

Wine production in 2016 according to the OIV

World wine production 2016 one of the poorest in 20 years

27 Oct 2016 | By Jo Gilbert

The amount of wine being produced worldwide has dropped to one of the lowest in 20 years according to the latest figures from the International Organisation of Vine and Wine (OIV).

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