English Wine Week kicked off this week on the bank holiday as vineyards, high street retailers, and independent merchants opened up to promote the burgeoning English wine industry.
A trial research vineyard is being established at the East Malling Research centre in Kent which aims to boost productivity and margins within the English wine industry.
Online wine retailer The New Zealand Cellar is set to open its first retail shop in London this week, which has been funded entirely through crowd-funding.
A Romanian wine supplier that has increased UK exports tenfold in the past five years predicts a golden dawn for the country’s wines after gaining listings for premium lines made with indigenous grapes.
Anne Krebiehl fanfares the launch of Dom Pérignon’s Three ‘Plénitudes’ - three late-released, late-disgorged vintages launched as one - at a recent London tasting pop-up.
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Giving a talk at a recent WSET Business and Commercial Knowledge course gave Matthew Dickinson the opportunity to look at where the profit in wine has gone. Here he reflects on what he discovered:
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