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Archive for 2003

Riesling rises

The UK’s leading wine commentators are in agreement: German Riesling is the most sublime and most fashionable white grape variety.  And its revival is gaining pace

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Pouring Quality

The range and versatility of Port means that it isn’t just serving it with cheese that will please customers

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Nouveau look?

Beaujolais is having a hard time of it. Sales are spiralling downwards and its image is at an all-time low. So what does it need to turn itself around? Michael Edwards reports

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No small beer

Beer still dominates the UK market, with over 100 litres drunk per capita each year – but rivalry between the brands is getting fiercer.  Joanne Hart profiles the major players

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New to the club

Cyprus may be joining the European Union next year, but that doesn’t necessarily mean life will get any easier for its beleagured wine industry. Pat Straker reports

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Margin mania

The big brewers need to look at the discontent which their virtual monopolies are causing to fester

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Margin mania

The big brewers need to look at the discontent which their virtual monopolies are causing to fester

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Leading by design

Pol Roger’s Patrice Noyelle talks openly to Chris Orr about the difficulties in modernising a long established Champagne brand, while maintaining an image of luxury

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Fair wind blowing

You might not want to admit it, but showtime has come around again. So prepare for achy feet and start planning for the first three shows of next year

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Don’t look back in anger

As the end of a turbulent year approaches, takes a look at the ups and downs and the movers and shakers, as reported by the drinks business and sees that there really is a lot to celebrate about 2003 Robyn Lewis

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