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Soave

Boost for Soave with new UK campaign

27 Feb 2017 | By Jo Gilbert

Soave, the dry white wine produced in the Veneto region of northeastern Italy, is looking to boost its fortunes here in the UK this summer with the help of new trade and consumer campaign.

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Tim Loughton

Tim Loughton MP, All Party Parliamentary Wine and Spirits Group chair, urges the trade to speak up

02 Feb 2017 | By Tim Loughton

With the Budget just around the corner and Brexit going full steam ahead, there has never been a more important time for your voice to be heard in Parliament, writes Tim Loughton MP

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Chile

Taking Chile’s Temperature Subscription

24 Feb 2017 | By Andrew Catchpole

“Chile needs to simplify the message, but our diversity makes it difficult – Argentina has Malbec, meat and Mendoza to talk about, and that’s it.” 

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Major work to be done in Diageo’s emerging markets

06 Jun 2016 | By Jo Gilbert

Leading drinks producer Diageo has dropped its previous objective of obtaining 50% of its revenues from emerging markets by 2015 due to flagging growth in key emerging markets.

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Diageo sells Argentinean wine business to Grupo Peñaflor

06 Nov 2015 | By Mathew Lyons

Diageo has sold its Argentinean wine business to Grupo Peñaflor, the global drinks group announced yesterday.

Blossom Hill

Treasury Wine Estates tipped as favourite to take Blossom Hill and Piat d’Or off Diageo’s hands

01 Oct 2015 | By Nigel Huddleston

Treasury Wine Estates has refused to comment on speculation that it is lining up an acquisition of Diageo’s Blossom Hill brand and the rest of its wine business.

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