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Who's Driving World Wine Consumption?

Research
29 January 2015
A new industry report has revealed how much wine is being produced each year - and who's drinking it. The findings may surprise you. More
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US demand driving world wine market

Wine Marketing
29 January 2015
Rather than China, demand for wine from US consumers is set to drive the world wine market over the next three years. More
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Direct Wine Sales Grow as Big States Go Shopping

Industry Trends
29 January 2015
Direct-to-consumer wine sales boomed in the U.S. last year, marking growth of more than 15 percent and sales of almost $2 billion, but it's the same people doing the buying. More
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This Is What A Wine Rave Looks Like

Wine Marketing
29 January 2015
The idea of a "wine rave" might conjure the image of candy kids slipping Molly into a champagne flute or DJs spraying the crowd with grand cru. The latest addition to L.A.'s nightlife scene doesn't involve either of those things. More
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Wine Science Center will have high-tech fermentation system

Winemaking
29 January 2015
Washington State University's new Wine Science Center will open this summer with a high-tech wine fermentation system. More
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Winery shifts focus to cafe venture

General Industry News
29 January 2015
Marlborough's first winery restaurant, which closed in October after 30 years due to financial pressures, has reopened as a cafe. More
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Renaissance Yeast ups the tempo with product launches and sales crescendo

Winemaking
29 January 2015
After launching its technology last year, a US business is upping the tempo on its 'renaissance' of wine yeasts. More
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Unified Wine & Grape Symposium touches down in Sacramento

Events
29 January 2015
The Unified Wine & Grape Symposium kicked off Tuesday morning with a keynote speech by Rick Tigner, president of Jackson Family Wines. More
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Accolade sees its Mud House New Zealand wine brand go from 10K cases to 250k in a year

Company News
29 January 2015
Mud House, the New Zealand wine brand, grew sales 2,500% in the last 12 months from 10,000 9 litre cases to a quarter of a million cases, according to figures released by brand owner Accolade Wines. More
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Wine tasting subscription service Vinoa looks to recruit 12,000 members in 2015

Wine Marketing
29 January 2015
Wine tasting subscription service Vinoa is aiming to have 12,000 subscribers by the end of 2015, and has launched a crowdfunding appeal to help reach the target. More
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Australia's Grape and Wine Authority looks to secure industry's future for "next generation"

General Industry News
29 January 2015
Australia is already starting to see the fruits of creating a single Australian Grape and Wine Authority although its principle strategy is focused on securing long term, sustainable benefits for the industry. More
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Wine sales to grow 3.7% from 2014-2018

Research
29 January 2015
The global wine market is predicted to grow by 3.7% by 2018, according to research by the IWSR, commissioned by Vinexpo. More
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Sudden downpour over vineyards threatens Hunter vintage

Vintage and Harvest Reports
29 January 2015
Hunter winemakers are hopeful that the 2015 red wine vintage can be saved despite recent heavy rains. More
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South Australian Coalition backbencher Tony Pasin gathering support for dumping New Zealand wine tax rebate

General Industry News
29 January 2015
Political support for axing a tax rebate enjoyed by New Zealand winemakers is growing, with the Prime Minister agreeing it needs to be eliminated, according to a coalition backbencher. More
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Hawke's Bay has a pronounced wine advantage in China

Wine Marketing
28 January 2015
Hawke's Bay's wines are top class, but the fact the region is easy to pronounce in Mandarin may be its biggest advantage in the Chinese market, according to that nation's leading wine commentator. More
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Plant plaster protects wine from vine decline

Viticulture
28 January 2015
A breathable and biodegradable adhesive patch to block fungal invasion of vine pruning wounds has been developed by nanotechnology scientists in the US. More
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Sauvignon Blanc to be the star of international wine

Events
28 January 2015
The inaugural International Sauvignon Blanc Celebration (ISBC) will be held in Marlborough in February 2016 to shine the spotlight on this diverse, expressive and sought-after variety. More
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Tokaj wine region to get 330m euro investment

General Industry News
28 January 2015
Hungary's Tokaj wine region is to get a 330m-euro investment to both upgrade its vineyards and bolster the international reputation of its wines. More
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Australian wines not 'broken' in off-trade, but on-trade is a challenge, says Accolade

Industry Trends
28 January 2015
Accolade Wines has defended Australia's wine industry which has been struggling in the UK over the past couple of years, saying the off-trade is back in growth, although the on-trade remains a challenge. More
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IWC claims retailers can raise millions of pounds in extra sales by using medal stickers

Wine Marketing
28 January 2015
Using award winning wine stickers on bottles can boost total wine sales by up to 15% in retail outlets, equating to millions of pounds in extra sales, according to research released today by the International Wine Challenge. More

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