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Tim Atkin

Tim Atkin MW: Young winemakers behind South Africa's "golden" age of wine

09 Oct 2015 | By Tim Atkin

When was the last time you entered a wine tasting through a record shop?

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Investments in ultra-premium spirits

Insights: Why the super-premium and ultra-rare bottles spirits market is heating up Subscription

16 Sep 2015 | By Dominic Roskrow

A growing demand for super-premium and ultra-rare bottles of whisky and Cognac has created a fiercely competitive market for the very best spirits. Why is it happening now?

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Conviviality's chief exectuive Diana Hunter

Interview: Inside the Conviviality supergroup with chief Diana Hunter Subscription

09 Oct 2015 | By Erin Smith

Head of Conviviality Diana Hunter talks about the company’s reverse takeover of Matthew Clark and what it could mean for the trade.

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Accolade Wines

Accolade buys Chilean producer Viña Anakena

15 Sep 2015 | By Nigel Huddleston

Accolade Wines claims to be the first company to have a presence in each of Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, North America and South America after buying Chilean producer Viña Anakena.

HGDA Gold Medal Winners 2015

Harpers Global Design Awards winners announced

11 Sep 2015 | By Erin Smith

The judges have spoken and the results are in. See the good-looking crop of winners in this year’s Harpers Global Design Awards.

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Formula One Mumm celebration

Champagne provides some fizz for Pernod Ricard as annual sales nudge ahead by 2%

27 Aug 2015 | By Nigel Huddleston

Champagne and Irish whiskey were among the main drivers of global growth for Pernod Ricard in 2014/15, though the spirits giant turned in only a modest overall sales increase of 2%. The company described the performance as “solid”.

B Fruitful from B by Black Tower

Kendermann adds fruity and fizzy alternatives to lower-alcohol B by Black Tower range

13 Aug 2015 | By Nigel Huddleston

German wine brand Black Tower has added new flavours and styles to its 5.5% abv range of drinks.

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