Reka Haros, who runs the Sfriso family winery in Italy, offers more advice on how wineries, producers and wine businesses can successfully go direct to their customers.
Independent wine merchant, Red Squirrel Wines, is behind a new initiative to put the spotlight on wines from Bulgaria with four days of events in March including a trade tasting at the Bulgarian Embassy on March 18.
Competition between English and New Zealand sparkling wine came to a head last week as the two countries tied in a blind-tasting organised to coincide with the Cricket World Cup.
With little more than a week to go before Skin Côntact, the wine trade’s first ever rock band, take to the stage at London’s Vinopolis to help raise money for Comic Relief we turn to those resonsible for making it happen - the sponsors.
One of the most common questions posed by students is, ‘Why is winemaking in the Old World so heavily regulated compared to winemaking in the New World’? Many students also assume that regulation leads to lack of innovative thinking. And nowhere is there more wine regulation than in Germany.
Wine supplier Stevens Garnier is ditching its old name in favour of Sogrape, that of its Portuguese parent company, and has vowed to hone in on the UK’s on-trade in 2015.
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