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Happy birthday goon

General Industry News
03 March 2015
Once thought the domain of impoverished students, cask wine has entered respectable middle-age, with a birthday bash befitting of an Australian classic More
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You can't define terroir, but you can taste it

General Industry News
03 March 2015
Many wines taste as if they could have come from anywhere, products of modern technology that strips wine of not only any faults but also its character. More
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Top 10 erotic wine labels

Wine Marketing
03 March 2015
We all know that sex sells, but some winemakers are far bolder in their interpretation of the tactic than others. More
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Berry Bros in managerial shake-up

Company News
03 March 2015
The managing director of drinks merchant Berry Bros & Rudd, Hugh Sturges, has left the company after 14 years, with chairman Simon Berry temporarily taking over his role on the wine side of the business. More
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'Coravin works', says 160 wine professionals

General Industry News
03 March 2015
In 2013 wine device Coravin was triumphantly launched onto the market amid claims it was a "game changer". Today, the verdict is in. More
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Beer-drinking men are 'cheap and tasteless'

Research
03 March 2015
Women think men who drink beer are "cheap and tasteless", while men think women who drink beer are "laddish", according to a survey by a dating site for married people. More
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Grape harvesters win $163k in unpaid wages

General Industry News
03 March 2015
A contractor for a top Californian winery has been ordered to pay grape harvesters more than $163,000 after he failed to pay wages during last yearís harvest. More
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Top 10 wines in the UK press

Industry Trends
03 March 2015
A Bulgarian Pinot Noir gets the thumbs up from Terry Kirby, while Matthew Jukes boldly declares Chateau Civrac's NV Indigo to be the finest box wine he has ever tasted. More
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In France, Pesticides Get in Way of Natural Wines

Viticulture
03 March 2015
The use of pesticides has become a major issue among French vintners and drinkers. Many dismiss the sudden cascade of new wines that proclaim their environmental virtue as New Age gimmickry. More
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Business insights flow like fine wine

Events
02 March 2015
A Who's Who of business gathered at Craggy Range's third annual Speaker Series lunch on Friday More
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Madeira: The Historic Portuguese Wine That's Hip Again

Industry Trends
02 March 2015
According to the Madeira Wine Institute, U.S. sales of the Portuguese wine have jumped from $1.23 million to $2.13 million over the last four years. More
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Vineyard raiders steal 5,000 bottles of wine worth UKP80,000

General Industry News
02 March 2015
Nearly 5,000 bottles of wine worth UKP80,000 have been stolen from Bolney Winery in West Sussex. More
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Treasury Wine looks at winery infrastructure sale

Company News
02 March 2015
Treasury Wine Estates chief executive Mike Clarke says the company is looking at sale and leaseback deals for a range of winery infrastructure and will also pursue potential asset sharing deals with rivals to free up capital and improve returns on investment. More
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Delegat targets North America to build on record-breaking sales

Company News
02 March 2015
In a year that brought significant growth and expansion for winemaker Delegat Group, managing director Graeme Lord says the company is poised to bring its wine to the world. More
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Preferred Alcoholic Beverages of Each Country

Research
02 March 2015
Using information taken from the World Health Organization, Ghost in the Data compiled a map that depicts each country's most widely consumed drink: More
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An empire built to last

Company News
02 March 2015
Three generations of the Peabody Family are in NZ for the Craggy Range harvest More
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Cloudy Bay goes gardening

Company News
02 March 2015
Cloudy Bay has recruited a pair of landscape architects to translate the Kiwi brand's flavours and structure into a garden at this year's RHS Chelsea Flower Show. More
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TWE declares interim results 'on-track'

Company News
02 March 2015
Treasury Wine Estate's chief executive, Michael Clarke, has said that fiscal 2015 has "begun well" for the long-troubled Australian wine company. More
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How to drive a wine brand in the UK on-trade

Wine Marketing
02 March 2015
Peter McAtamney, principal at research body, Wine Business Solutions, gives his personal assessment on how best to drive and build a wine brand in the UK on-trade. More
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Ciroc vodka is first alcohol brand to launch Instagram advertisements

Other Beverages
02 March 2015
Ciroc vodka is set to be the first alcohol brand to launch paid for advertising on Instagram, as it kicks off a six week campaign today. More

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