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Grow your on-premise wine distribution in the USA

Thanks to its unique five-category focus and high standard of judging, this is the perfect competition to gain the attention of on-premises buyers and sommeliers When you look at the US wine market today, one thing is clear: there’s lots of noise. A huge variety of domestic and internationally-produced wine is clamouring for attention. And […]

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Pernod Ricard predicts coronavirus will cause 2% dip in sales

Despite reporting a 4.3% rise in operating profit in the first half of its fiscal year, drinks giant Pernod Ricard has warned that the coronavirus outbreak could cause a 2% fall in its 2020 financial year sales. Source: The Drinks Business

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Non-alcoholic wine and beer market size worth $43bn by 2025

Rising prevalence of coronary diseases and heart related health risks has fuelled the non-alcoholic wine and beer market, which has grown exponentially in the past few years along with improving living standards of consumers.

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IBWSS China is all set for 5-6 November, 2019

In November 2019, Beverage Trade Network will host the first-ever International Bulk Wine & Spirits Show (IBWSS) in Shanghai, China. The two day event (November 5-6, 2019) will include an exhibition trade show floor for buyers and sellers to meet in a central marketplace, as well as a series of speaker presentations, panel discussions, and Q&A sessions […]

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Five shelf placement hacks for the perfect shelf spot: brought to you by the London Wine Competition

The placement of your wine bottle plays an important role in the sales of the bottle. After years of experience and extensive study, we have collated some hacks that can help your bottle be placed at an optimal, eye-catching position. Shelf placement is the number 1 most important thing you have to pay attention to […]

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2019 Perth Royal Wine Awards showcase the best of WA

The 2019 Perth Royal Wine Awards have showcased the best of WA and Australian wine – seeing over 1,700 bottles of wine exhibited across 67 different classes. The Deep Woods Estate stole the show winning seven awards for their exceptional wines. Winners at the 2019 Perth Royal Wine Awards. Deep Woods Estate won seven awards including […]

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Kirrihill Wines adds Schobers Estate to its Clare Valley holdings

The renowned Schobers Estate Vineyard in South Australia’s Clare Valley has been bought by winemaker Kirrihill Wines, according to a report in the Australian Financial Review. The report said the purchase adds 65 hectares of premium vines to Kirrihill Estate’s Clare Valley holdings, adding to the business’ recent expansion. Schobers Vineyard was first planted in […]

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Outlook shows warm and dry spring likely for most of Australia

The Bureau of Meteorology will today release its 2019 Spring Outlook. This will show most of Australia is likely to experience warmer and drier than average conditions in the coming three months. The warm and dry outlook for the spring season follows warmer than average winter days for most of Australia, cool nights in many […]

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2019 Sommeliers Choice awards results are out: Here are USA’s top on-premise wines in 2019

The first edition of the Sommeliers Choice Awards, which judges wines based on quality, packaging and value, saw a plethora of entries from across the globe, including USA, Italy, France, South Africa, Australia, and more. Weingut Reichsrat von Buhl GmbH’s Armand Riesling Kabinnet snatched a double gold medal, grabbing “White Wine of the Year”, “White Wine […]

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FINAL CALL to enter your wines in 2019 China Wine Competition: entries close August 15th

The China Wine Competition looks to recognise, reward and help promote wine brands that have successfully been created to identify with and target a specific wine drinker. For any wine brand to earn its place on a retailer’s shelf or a restaurant’s wine list –  and then vitally, stay there – they need to be marketable and […]

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2019 Sommeliers Choice Awards results: here are the top on-premise wines for 2019 in USA

The first edition of the Sommeliers Choice Awards, which judges wines based on quality, packaging and value, saw a plethora of entries from across the globe, including USA, Italy, France, South Africa, Australia, and more. Weingut Reichsrat von Buhl GmbH’s Armand Riesling Kabinnet snatched a double gold medal, grabbing “White Wine of the Year”, “White […]

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ProWein is launched, Australian wine represented well

ProWein, the world’s largest trade fair for wines and spirits, was officially opened over the weekend. German Federal Minister for Agriculture Julia Klöckner headlined the opening ceremony, saying, “wine is an important factor not only for the local and national economies, but also for culture and, just as important, for enjoying the fine things life […]

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Rural innovation to drive Australia’s prosperity

Winemakers’ Federation of Australia (WFA) has welcomed the announcement by Minister for Agriculture, David Littleproud that he has commissioned Ernst & Young to develop a strategic vision for the future of Australia’s rural innovation system. Tony Battaglene, WFA chief executive said Australia’s grape and wine industry has prospered from strong leadership and innovation. “Underpinning this […]

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British Columbia gets second designated wine sub-appellation: Okanagan Falls

The British Columbian government announced on 27 July that it has changed regulations so that Okanagan Falls can be recognised as a distinct wine-producing area – the province’s second sub-appellation after Golden Mile Bench, near Oliver. The changes to the Wines of Marked Quality Regulation mean that wineries on the east side of the Okanagan Valley, […]

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China to host 2019 International Bulk Wine & Spirits Show

With China’s wine consumption continuing to grow the country has been chosen as the site for the 2019 International Bulk Wine & Spirits Show (IBWSS) in November, following previous editions in London and San Francisco, the organiser Beverage Trade Network has announced. Source, The Drinks Business

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Championing Australian wine in the USA

This July, 100 influential Americans will experience Australia’s vibrant and exciting wine culture at Australia Decanted, a four-day, invitation-only symposium exploring the varieties, regions and styles of wine that make Australia’s one of the world’s most diverse and thrilling wine scenes.   Led by 13 eminent Australian winemakers, the American influencers will explore classic expressions, […]

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