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From Bristol to Romania: How an Englishman became a key figure in Romania’s burgeoning wine industry
When Philip Cox left Bristol for Romania in the early 1990s, little did he imagine that a quarter of a century later he would be the co-owner of the most profitable winery in Romania.
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Philip Cox, left Bristol for Romania in the early 1990s and now his winery is the most profitable winery in Romania.
The historic Tokaji Disznóko? winery has unveiled a new bottle exclusively for its Dry Furmint 2015.
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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