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Monday 6 July 2015

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Fire devastates New Zealand winery

A fire has ripped through a New Zealand winery destroying its offices, kitchen more...

Californian wine struggling with supply

There is a "growing mismatch" between supply and demand that is badly hampering more...

How to drink like a billionaire

With access to tropical islands, private yachts and the best food and drink more...

Wine Buyer

London, United Kingdom

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Constellation to buy Meiomi for $315m

Constellation Brands is to buy Napa-based wine brand Meiomi for $315 million, more...

Is Parker wrong about the 05 Médocs?

With no Médoc wines gaining 100-points in Robert Parker’s retrospective of more...

Oddbins woos Naked staff with love letters

Oddbins has allegedly been sending love letters and bottles of wine to key more...

Copa América: Malbec vs Carmenère

Saturday sees Chile and Argentina go head-to-head in football’s Copa América more...

World's best beer and wine festivals

Forget Glastonbury, these are the festivals you should be making a beeline for more...

Yealands sells majority stake

Yealands Family Wines' owner Peter Yealand has agreed to sell 80% of the more...

Marketing and eCommerce Manager

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Scots invited to explore Chianti Classico and Prosecco

The promotional bodies for Prosecco Conegliano-Valdobbiadene and Chianti more...

Accolade's Fish Hoek goes Fairtrade

South Africa's Fish Hoek is to go Fairtrade from the 2015 vintage, becoming more...

UK vineyards included in tax relief scheme

Winemakers in the UK will be able to benefit from income tax changes for the more...

Warehouse Supervisor

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China recognises 'Bordeaux'

China has said it now recognises the term “Bordeaux” as a brand after what more...

Diageo appoints North America president

Deirdre Mahlan, Diageo's chief financial officer, has been announced as the more...

Hardys invests £4m in summer of cricket

Hardys has unveiled a new £4 million consumer marketing campaign to tie in more...

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Hong Kong: Red obsession

While whites are starting to be taken seriously in Hong Kong restaurants, the more...

The week in pictures

Pub-friendly pooches, Kevin Spacey and a one-off tasting of Achaval Ferrer more...

Santa Rita launching new Irish campaign

Chilean wine producer Santa Rita Estates is spending €500,000 on a new more...

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Australia puts quality centre stage

Wine Australia has pledged to invest AUD$35m annually for the next five years more...

Mumm releases vintage collection

Champagne Mumm has released a new “Collection du Chef de Caves”, featuring more...

Greek wineries captured on camera

21st January, 2013 by Patrick Schmitt
Ted Manousakis

Photo credit: Colin Hampden-White

Pictured above is America-based Greek businessman Ted (Theodoros) Manousakis who founded Manousakis Winery when he planted his first vines at the family home in Crete in 1993.

By 1997 he had built a “tiny” stone winery to handle the first harvest, although the producer now uses a bigger one following a €2 million investment.

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