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Thursday 2 July 2015

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Castel feeds aperitif thirst

Europe’s largest wine producer, Castel, has unveiled a raft of new products more...

Bordeaux wine thieves found guilty

A French court has sentenced 15 men over the audacious theft of $1.1 million of more...

Bilingual 'tool' demystifies wine tasting

The Australian Grape and Wine Authority has developed a new "tool" which more...

Head of On-Trade Sales

London, United Kingdom

UK craves Spanish wining and dining

British foodies are passing over Bordeaux and Burgundy in favour of Spanish more...

Rhône valley makes push on younger HK market

Rhone Valley Wines' recent annual tasting combined art and film in a bid to win more...

China presents a 'long, slow opportunity' for Australian wine

China has slowed down its demand for fine Australian wine, but there is still more...

Social Media Editor

Competitive

Parker retrospective boosts 05 Palmer

Château Palmer’s 2005 is the latest wine from that vintage to see an more...

China recognises 'Bordeaux'

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

Hart Davis Hart biggest in US

Chicago-based wine auctioneer Hart Davis Hart is the market leader in the US in more...

UK Sales Manager

London, United Kingdom

Diageo closes in on £200m Gleneagles deal

Drinks giant Diageo is reportedly “close” to agreeing a sale of its luxury more...

Auction house snaps up online wine specialist

Online auction firm Bid for Wine has been sold to The Fine Art Auction Group in more...

Beaujolais pushes for sparkling AOC

Beaujolais is trying to gain AOC status for its sparkling wines which, with it more...

Warehouse Supervisor

London, United Kingdom

£27,000-£30,000 depending on experience

Tequila leads luxury spirits boost

Luxury brands of Tequila backed by celebrities such as P Diddy and George more...

BI offers 2014 imperial collection en primeur

Fine wine merchant Bordeaux Index is offering its clients a 10 imperial more...

Mateus rosé clears up its design

Portuguese rosé brand Mateus is switching to a clear glass bottle this summer, more...

Wine Buyer

London, United Kingdom

Based on experience

Robert Parker says sorry to Burgundy

Robert Parker has admitted to the drinks business that he was “too more...

Wine thieves go on trial

A gang of wine thieves accused of stealing a million euros worth of wine from more...

UK reviewing alcohol intake guidelines

Health officials are to review the government's drinking guidelines, as more...

Hatch Mansfield – Brand Manager

London, United Kingdom

Competitive salary

Vinexpo: five days 'too much' says organiser

Vinexpo doesn’t need to run for the full five days because no visitor stays more...

Lidl hints at plans for online wine shop

UK supermarket Lidl has not ruled out launching an online wine shop, reporting more...

Top 10 stories on db.com this week

14th June, 2013 by Andy Young

From stolen wine to a range of false claims and a new glass which is designed to prevent anti-social behaviour, these are the most popular stories on the drinks business website this week.

SpiritsLast week we revealed the world’s biggest Champagne brands and this week it was the turn of spirits, as we revealed the spirits brands with the biggest global sales.

This week also saw a French website accused of selling a wine that doesn’t exist, claims of Robert Parker-branded wine cases slammed by The Wine Advocate and fake fine wine sales increasing in China.

Click through the following pages to end out our most popular stories and to make sure you haven’t missed out on this week’s key news.

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