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Neudorf releases first of its wine library collection

Company News
27 May 2015
Neudorf Vineyards is releasing the first of its wine library as it down-sizes its 35-year collection. More
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Russians say 'nyet' to imported wine

General Industry News
27 May 2015
Putin wants politicians to stop spending taxpayers' hard earned rubles on expensive Burgundy and Bordeaux. Rather, he says, they should spend money on Russian-made wines. More
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Bitter Feud Erupts Over Hungary's Sweetest Wine

General Industry News
27 May 2015
For one family of Jewish Holocaust survivors from the Tokaji region, the revival of this sweet wine in modern Hungary carries bitter memories and growing frustration. More
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Cheap wine rated as good as expensive wine

General Industry News
27 May 2015
Vox demonstrates that expensive wine isn't preferred by drinkers until they are "trained" to like it. More
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Watch How an Expert Spots Fraudulent Wine

Fine Wine
27 May 2015
Enter the "The Sherlock Holmes of Wine," Maureen Downey, who is a wine fraud investigator. She explains her work in a video from Bloomberg Business​. More
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Fruit-flavoured wines boom in Britain

Industry Trends
27 May 2015
Echo Falls Fruit Fusion is expected to sell more than 1m cases in the UK before the end of the year as fruit-flavoured wines boom in Britain. More
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The Prosecco Masters 2015: The medalists

Events
27 May 2015
TDB reveal the medalists in their second annual Prosecco Masters, which rewarded styles that stayed true to this category\'s roots, providing freshness and charm with value for money. More
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More women signing up to be sommeliers

Industry Trends
27 May 2015
A new generation of female sommeliers is rising up through the ranks in London, highlighting that the industry is becoming less male dominated in the UK by the year. More
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Broadland feeds thirst for exclusivity

Company News
27 May 2015
A UK wine producer and importer believes it can "comfortably" grow five-fold in the next decade thanks to an efficient business model and new products that meet demand for private label offerings. More
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English Wine Blooms As Italians Suffer From Bad 2015 Crops

Vintage and Harvest Reports
27 May 2015
While the country that gave birth to pop culture phenomena such as The Beatles and even One Direction, the United Kingdom is certainly not known for its wine - but as the Mediterranean coast suffers a wave of bad crops this spring, English wines are getting their day in the sun. More
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"Jailbreaking" yeast could increase wine's health benefits

Research
27 May 2015
University of Illinois scientists have engineered a "jailbreaking" yeast that could greatly increase the health benefits of wine while reducing the toxic byproducts that cause your morning-after headache More
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Perspectives on Wine Marketing Research

Research
27 May 2015
Conducting marketing research in the wine industry is like hugging a porcupine. It\'s hard to wrap your arms around, and you better know what you're doing or else you can get hurt. More
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How wine has changed since 1985

Industry Trends
27 May 2015
In 1985 Australia was shipping only 2% of its wine abroad, as opposed to 60% today. More
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How Late is Early? Thoughts on Premature Oxidation

Winemaking
27 May 2015
The business of very fine wine happens in a rarefied atmosphere, so it's ironic that one of the most highly discussed issues concerning wines' cellar worthiness concerns oxygen - specifically, premature oxidation. More
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Marlborough wineries urged to cater for Chinese tourists

General Industry News
27 May 2015
Marlborough wineries are being urged to cater for the needs of increasing numbers of Chinese tourists visiting the region, on top of more Marlborough wine being sold to China. More
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Cider 'should be taxed like wine'

General Industry News
27 May 2015
Cider Australia, the national industry body representing more than 60 cider producers and suppliers, has joined the alcohol taxation debate, saying cider should be taxed in the same manner as wine. More
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Wine, tourism industries should keep eye on China

Research
27 May 2015
As Chinese tourists flock to our shores, the New Zealand wine industry could help enhance their visits by catering more specifically to their needs and tastes, Lincoln University research suggests. More
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'Big, rich opulent' wine wins supreme trophy

Events
25 May 2015
CORBANS 1902 Chardonnay 2013 took the top award at the 2015 Gisborne Regional Wine Awards, edging out 115 other wines to take the supreme trophy. More
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What Goes Into Wine-Label Design?

Wine Packaging
25 May 2015
Does blue on a bottle turn off buyers? Will a fussy label hamper the sale of a cheap wine? Some graphic artists have been designing wine labels for decades, and they know what works. More
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Matakana wine event a hit

Events
25 May 2015
Over 150 wine enthusiasts flocked to the stunning Ascension Wine Estate in Matakana on 9 May for Warkworth Rotary Club's Raise A Glass Wine Tasting and Charity Auction. More

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