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Jerry Lockspeiser

Jerry Lockspeiser: Act now before it's too late

17 Jun 2016 | By Jerry Lockspeiser

It was a glorious event. The Stade de France a sea of Polish and German colour- red and white scarves held aloft by their thousands, black and white shirts everywhere you looked. Crazy hats, painted faces, couples framed by a huge heart kissing on the giant screen.

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Kopparberg

Multi-mullion pound campaign promotes Kopparberg’s craft roots

24 Jun 2016 | By Jo Gilbert

The team behind leading Swedish fruit cider Kopparberg has launched a multi-million pound marketing campaign to draw attention to its hometown brewery.

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Tblisi

Insights: Unravelling the state of Georgian wine

23 Jun 2016 | By Miquel Hudin

The 9th annual Winexpo wine fair in Tbilisi this June saw a renewed focus on kvevri, 8,000 years of winemaking history, along with the evolution of Georgia’s mainstream wines

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Yealands winery Marlborough New Zealand

New Zealand’s 2016 harvest expected to be 34% larger

21 Jun 2016 | By Erin Smith

As the 2016 harvest draws to a close in New Zealand, growers are reporting an excellent vintage with yields up 34% compared to last year’s smaller than average harvest.

Back labels are vital to Chinese consumers

Chinese wine in recovery from “anti-extravagance” measures

16 Jun 2016 | By Jo Gilbert

China is seeing recovery from government anti-extravagance measures which left deep fissures in the purses of the country’s wine market.

McGuigan vineyards, Australia

Wine consumption up in Oz but overall alcohol down as young Australians opt for “abstinence”

15 Jun 2016 | By Jo Gilbert

New figures suggest that “abstinence” in young Australians is behind the recent nose-dive in alcohol consumption across the country – although wine consumption is on the up.

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Back labels are vital to Chinese consumers

Chinese wine in recovery from “anti-extravagance” measures

16 Jun 2016 | By Jo Gilbert

China is seeing recovery from government anti-extravagance measures which left deep fissures in the purses of the country’s wine market.

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Yealands winery Marlborough New Zealand

New Zealand’s 2016 harvest expected to be 34% larger

21 Jun 2016 | By Erin Smith

As the 2016 harvest draws to a close in New Zealand, growers are reporting an excellent vintage with yields up 34% compared to last year’s smaller than average harvest.

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