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The world's first guide to matching insects and wine

General Industry News
28 November 2014
A British wine merchant has created the world's first insect and wine matching guide. More
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Triangle puts on wine fest

Events
28 November 2014
Eight Hawke's Bay wineries which sit within a unique grape-growing triangle are planning to stage a one-day sip and savour event early next year to celebrate the region. More
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What your wine says about you

Research
28 November 2014
Red wine drinkers earn more money, are more confident and are more likely to watch Dr Who than those who sip white wine, a study has revealed More
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Hawke's Bay best for chardonnay

Accolades
28 November 2014
Vidal Estate winemaker Hugh Crichton declared Hawke's Bay was New Zealand's "greatest chardonnay-producing region", as the Vidal Legacy Hawke's Bay Chardonnay 2013 won the top prize at the 2014 Air New Zealand Wine Awards. More
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The changing face of the UK wine trade

General Industry News
28 November 2014
The last few years have been tumultuous for the British wine industry. Rising consumption reversed in trajectory during the recession and is yet to recover. More
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Enotria signs another big name

Company News
28 November 2014
Ste Michelle Wine Estates has moved the UK distribution for its brand portfolio, which includes top Napa producer Stag's Leap Wine Cellars, to Enotria. More
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IWSC Communicator of the Year: Jane Parkinson

People
28 November 2014
From TV to the Wine Gang and now her first book, few people are spreading the wine word as widely as IWSC Communicator of the Year Jane Parkinson. More
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Grower Champagnes a 'phenomenon'

Industry Trends
28 November 2014
Grower Champagne may be the most notable phenomenon in the Champagne world, believes Essi Avellan MW. More
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Tesco slashes price of Champagne to UKP8

Company News
28 November 2014
The festive fizz wars have begun and Tesco has thrown down the gauntlet by selling one of its Champagnes for just UKP8, undercutting Aldi by UKP1.99. More
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Jewell to leave Tesco for Wine Australia

People
28 November 2014
Laura Jewell MW is to leave the Tesco wine department to become Wine Australia's Regional Director for the UK, Ireland, and Europe. More
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China loves red wine, but white may become more popular

Industry Trends
28 November 2014
China adores red wine. But what is surprising is the widespread belief that this is set in stone. Nothing underscores this attitude more than claims that Chinese favour red wine because the colour is lucky. More
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Canadian Wine merchants warn of skyrocketing costs under new pricing scheme

General Industry News
28 November 2014
Costs could jump for higher-end bottles starting April 1, and critics say B.C. could lose even more business to Alberta. (video) More
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Morrisons rapped by ASA over wine promotion

Company News
28 November 2014
UK Advertising Standards Authority upheld two complaints from members of the public after they were left disappointed when an 'Any 3 for UKP10' promotion ran out. More
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Dog Point's journey to greatness

Company News
28 November 2014
Dog Point celebrates 10 years in the industry with a tasting of every wine they've ever made More
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Android app NextGlass uses science to determine what kind of wine you'll love next

Wine Marketing
28 November 2014
NextGlass use what they aptly named their Gnome Cellar to help predict what your tastes are so you never taste a bad wine again. More
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Riesling Masters 2014: The results

Events
27 November 2014
When judges are kicking down the door to join in with a tasting, and medalists are hailing from all corners and at all price-points, you know you have a special grape on your hands. More
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Chateau Yaldara set to be tourist hotspot

Wine Tourism
27 November 2014
1847 Wines has completed its purchase of Australia's historic Chateau Yaldara, announcing plans to turn it into a major tourist destination. More
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Cocaine stash found hidden in wine shipment

General Industry News
27 November 2014
US customs officers have seized 35 pounds of cocaine that was found hidden in a wine shipping container. More
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Autumn heat helps to secure a promising vintage for the Loire Valley

Vintage and Harvest Reports
27 November 2014
Following two tough years, the autumn heat is responsible for the success of this year's vintage for Loire Valley, according to Les Vins du Centre Loire, which released the region's vintage report this week. More
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Debate over role and relevance of wine bloggers continues

General Industry News
27 November 2014
What role and relevance bloggers have on the wine trade has become a major debating issue on Harpers.co.uk and on social media following recent articles questioning their value from leading wine commentators. More

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