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JP Chenet's 10L Bag-in-Box

JP Chenet expands into the on-trade with draught partnership

29 Apr 2016 | By Jo Gilbert

French winemaker JP Chenet is moving into the dispense on-trade market in partnership with Vimto Out Of Home.

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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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Burgundy

Analysis: Burgundy’s best buys Subscription

29 Apr 2016 | By Tim Atkin

With Burgundy prices edging ever upwards, supply short and demand on a high, Tim Atkin MW looks at canny buys.

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HWS Dan Townsend April 2016

Q&A: Dan Townsend, general manager for Europe, Treasury Wine Estates Subscription

12 Apr 2016 | By Erin Smith

Following the announcement of the acquisition of Diageo’s wine portfolio Dan Townsend talks about the integration of the business and its plans for the future.

Treasury Wine Estates

Treasury Wine Estates strong H1 results show profits double

18 Feb 2016 | By Erin Smith

Treasury Wine Estates released its interim results for the first six months ending on 31 December, 2015 with net profits after tax more than doubling to AUD$87.6m and net sales revenue up 22%.

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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