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Jerry Lockspeiser: Brewing up a storm

16 Jun 2015 | By Jerry Lockspeiser

Companies with lots of shareholders shouldn’t have annual general meetings like this. Really. It’s dangerous stuff. It might change the way we think about doing business completely and forever. And we don’t want that. Or do we?

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Audrey Tautou on the red carpet, French brands get sophisticated

Analysis: French brands are now adopting sophisticated day brand building plans Subscription

09 Jun 2015 | By Erin Smith

France is often seen as the most traditional of the world’s wine regions but, as Erin Smith discovers, things are often far more modern than meets the eye.

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Neil Bruce appointed as the new head of wine for Fuller’s

24 Jun 2015 | By Erin Smith

Neil Bruce joined brewery, pub chain and inn operator Fuller, Smith & Turner P.L.C earler this month as the new head of wine replacing Mark Dally, the current wine and purchasing director.

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MMD adds to Italian range with Tuscans from Mazzei-owned estates

18 Jun 2015 | By Nigel Huddleston

Importer Maisons Marques & Domaines has strengthened its links with Italy’s Mazzei family by taking on two of its Tuscan estates.

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Romanian wine supplier predicts rise of indigenous grapes following supermaket boost

27 May 2015 | By Martin Green

A Romanian wine supplier that has increased UK exports tenfold in the past five years predicts a golden dawn for the country’s wines after gaining listings for premium lines made with indigenous grapes.

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Lanson Champagne

Lanson Champagne year end results down slightly, but looks to expand globally

23 Jun 2015 | By Erin Smith

Lanson Champagne’s year end financial results saw revenue and profit slide for the year, but with renewed investment in the brand, building inventory stocks and expanding internationally, Paul Beavis told at Vinexpo, he is optimistic about the future of the brand.

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Duoro valley, Portugal

Portugal is the most underrated wine country, according to exclusive Harpers poll

13 May 2015 | By Erin Smith

Last month conducted an exclusive survey to find the most overrated and underrated wine producing regions in world and the results revealed that Portugal was the most underrated, while Bordeaux was voted the most overrated.

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New Mateus pack 2015

End of road for iconic green bottle as Mateus says the future is clear

24 Jun 2015 | By Nigel Huddleston

The iconic green glass Mateus Rosé bottle is to be a thing of the past with a move for the Portuguese wine brand into a clear pack.

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Codorníu aims to make mark in top end with luxury Cava

18 Jun 2015 | By Nigel Huddleston

Cava producer Codorníu is aiming to raise its profile in the top-end on-trade with the introduction of a luxury mark to the UK.

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Camel Valley

Calls for a united body to promote UK wine producers

29 May 2015 | By Barnaby Eales

English wine producers are calling for a new promotional body to represent producers and growers amid swelling consumer interest.

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