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China is seeing recovery from government anti-extravagance measures which left deep fissures in the purses of the country’s wine market.
As climate change pushes viticulture further and further towards the poles, a similar shift is happening to the type of wine consumer and the types of wines they are consuming.
Speaking at the Cool Climate Symposium (ICCWS) in Brighton last week, Oz Clarke said cool climate wines such as English and Welsh wines, could be the perfect antidote to the big, overripe wines.
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New Zealand: it’s not all about Sauvignon Blanc Subscription
The UK remains central to New Zealand’s wine-export strategy as it looks to widen its appeal across all channels of the market. Ahead of this month’s generic UK tasting, Anne Krebiehl looks at its opportunities in 2014