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Makers & Co.

Off-Piste go after flavoured drinks market with alcoholic wine cocktail

05 May 2016 | By Jo Gilbert

Makers & Co., a new range of lightly sparkling 4% alcohol drinks, is taking centre at the Off-Piste stand at this year’s London Wine Fair.  

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Etienne Hugel

Guy Woodward: Reflecting on those we lost in the wine trade this year

29 Apr 2016 | By Guy Woodward

For David Bowie, Terry Wogan and Ronnie Corbett, read Louis Latour, Paul Pontallier and Etienne Hugel. Maybe not in that order. But either way, 2016 has been as cruel a year in the wine community as it has in the wider world.

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En primeur 2016

Gavin Quinney: The en primeur results and wrap-up Subscription

03 May 2016 | By Gavin Quinney

After a marathon tasting, our resident Bordeaux correspondent Gavin Quinney assesses 2015 quality and where to look for value

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Pernod Ricard

Dip in Q3 sales at Pernod Ricard

21 Apr 2016 | By Jo Gilbert

Growth for the third quarter of the fiscal year at Pernod Ricard is down 3% due to shrinking demand in China and an earlier Chinese New Year.

Jacob's Creek Sun Craft range

Pernod Ricard launches Jacob’s Creek Sun Craft range targeting millennials

17 Feb 2016 | By Erin Smith

Pernod Ricard announced that it is planning on launching a new Jacob’s Creak wine range called Sun Craft the will be targeting millennials and is expected to launch in March or April in the UK.

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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”.

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