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James Bielby

James Bielby: Has the Government turned its back on small businesses?

10 Feb 2016 | By James Bielby

James Bielby, chief executive officer of the Federation of Wholesale Distributors, asks whether a number of different government initiatives being focused on from the National Living Wage to the relaxation of Sunday Trading rules could harm small business owners.

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James Bielby

James Bielby: Has the Government turned its back on small businesses?

10 Feb 2016 | By James Bielby

James Bielby, chief executive officer of the Federation of Wholesale Distributors, asks whether a number of different government initiatives being focused on from the National Living Wage to the relaxation of Sunday Trading rules could harm small business owners.

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Eastern promise

Insights: Mediterranean wines appeal rises as consumers become more adventurous Subscription

12 Feb 2016 | By Justin Keay

The search for the new and interesting is upping the ante for Greece, Croatia, Lebanon and Turkey. Justin Keay reports

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Invivo buys historic New Zealand winery

Invivo expands production with acquisition of historic New Zealand winery

03 Feb 2016 | By Mathew Lyons

New Zealand winemaker Invivo has secured a long-term lease on a 114-year-old winery originally operated by New Zealand wine pioneer Romeo Bragato.

Japan: Koshu wine region

Renewed investment in Japanese wine as beer sales contract

26 Jan 2016 | By Mathew Lyons

Japan’s drinks manufacturers are exploring the potential for winemaking in the country as the nation’s drinkers turn away from beer, according to a report in the Nikkei Asian Review.

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Gisborne to host New Zealand's first Chardonnay and sparkling wine symposium

21 Jan 2016 | By Mathew Lyons

New Zealand’s first Chardonnay and sparkling wine symposium is to be held this February in Gisborne, in the country’s far north east.

Leanne De Bortoli and Steve Webber

Q&A: Leanne De Bortoli and her husband Steve Webber, De Bortoli Wines Subscription

03 Feb 2016 | By Jennifer Ashcroft

Leanne De Bortoli and her husband Steve Webber, the chief winemaker, of the De Bortoli Wines talk about Yarra Valley wines, the 2015 vintage, anticipating consumer tastes and the UK market.

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China, Shanghai

Chinese wine market continues to contract

14 Jan 2016 | By Mathew Lyons

The Chinese wine market continued to fall last year, according to the Shanghai Daily newspaper.

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Invivo buys historic New Zealand winery

Invivo expands production with acquisition of historic New Zealand winery

03 Feb 2016 | By Mathew Lyons

New Zealand winemaker Invivo has secured a long-term lease on a 114-year-old winery originally operated by New Zealand wine pioneer Romeo Bragato.

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