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Brad and Angelina - what will happen to Chateau Miraval

Tim Atkin MW: What will happen to brand Brangelina?

30 Sep 2016 | By Tim Atkin

You can always rely on the wine trade to show a sense of perspective. As Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie prepare to eviscerate one another in the divorce courts, no doubt damaging the lives of their six children in the process, the question on everyone’s lips is: what’s going to happen to Château Miraval?

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Aeriel view of Vargellas in the Douro

The future of fortified Subscription

19 Oct 2016 | By Erin Smith

Fortified wines may have been gaining traction in the UK, according to sommeliers and the on-trade, and they certainly fit well into the premium message, but export volume and value numbers have been mixed.

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Ohhhhh Sake Sake!

Work to build £9m UK sake brewery gets underway

25 Oct 2016 | By Jo Gilbert

Building is now underway at what is believed to be the UK’s first sake brewery having appointed a local contractor to carry out construction work.

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Leading Italian online wine retailer launches first international branch in the UK

06 Oct 2016 | By Jo Gilbert

A consumer website selling the “largest selection of Italian wines in Europe” has launched its first international base 50km north of London.

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Vinologue Georgia

Miquel Hudin receives 2016 Geoffrey Roberts Award for book on Georgian Wine

13 Sep 2016 | By Jo Gilbert

Wine journalist Miquel Hudin has received a bursary award to allow him to complete a new book about Georgian wine.

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Alsace sales up in the UK following three successive years of low yields

21 Oct 2016 | By Jo Gilbert

Sales of Alsace wines to the UK have jumped according to the latest figures released by the Conseil Interprofessionnel des Vins d’Alsace (CIVA) – an encouraging sign for the region which has suffered a string of small harvests in recent years.

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The week that was: top news, Q&As and opinion on

16 Sep 2016 | By Jo Gilbert

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

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The Douro Boys

The Douro Boys driving whites and reds to new heights Subscription

11 Oct 2016 | By Justin Keay

This year the celebrated Douro producer Quinta do Vallado commemorates its 300th anniversary.

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The International Wine Challenge’s (IWC) inaugural Spanish Wine Merchant awards

Spanish wine industry celebrates inaugural IWC Spanish Merchant Awards

21 Oct 2016 | By Angela Mount

The cream of the Spanish wine industry turned out in force on Monday for the International Wine Challenge’s (IWC) inaugural Spanish Wine Merchant awards, with over 200 guests attending the awards dinner in the surrounds of one of Madrid’s most famous buildings, Casino de Madrid.

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Bollinger has predicted low yields but high quality for the 2016 harvest

Champagne harvest “isn’t all doom and gloom”, says Bollinger

10 Oct 2016 | By Jo Gilbert

Champagne has had its fair share of challenges so far this year, with a slew of bad weather meaning that crop loss is as severe in some parts – as is the case in he Aube – according to Champagne Taittinger.

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