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Smaller wineries now selling more than half of wine direct to consumer

28 Oct 2014 | By Gemma McKenna

Smaller Australian, South African and New Zealand wineries are now selling more than half of their wines direct to consumer.

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Armagnac Academies expands to China

Armagnac Academies expands to China

29 Oct 2014 | By Erin Smith

French brandy Armagnac is setting its sights on China with the launch of its Armagnac Acadamies there later this month. 

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Roger Jones finds damaging frost and elegant wines at New Zealand's Kumeu River Winery

30 Oct 2014 | By Roger Jones

Based in the Kumeu wine region some 30 minutes from Auckland, this world renown Chardonnay producer was hit by frost over the weekend which destroyed part of one of their vineyards. A freak overnight change in temperature gave no warning so it had not hired the usual helicopters to protect the vines (see footnote).

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