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Sunday 5 July 2015

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Bordeaux 2005: Biggest movers

Expectation surrounding the 2005s is building and pushing up prices for top more...

Scots invited to explore Chianti Classico and Prosecco

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

Hong Kong: Red obsession

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

Warehouse Supervisor

London, United Kingdom

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

Top 10 wines in the UK press

An English fizz fit for Wimbledon, a "chunky, berry-stuffed" Negroamaro and a more...

Winemaker fined $35k over toxic waste

An Australian winemaker has been fined AUS$35,000 (£17,000) after he was found more...

Is Parker wrong about the 05 Médocs?

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

Sales Executive - Wines & Spirits Competitions

London, United Kingdom

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The week in pictures

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

Tour de l'Oc raises £30k for charity

Last month’s Tour de l’Oc bicycle challenge across France has raised over more...

Yealands sells majority stake

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

En primeur: beware the heralded vintage?

From an investment point of view is it best to buy the “vintages of the more...

Bordeaux 2005: 12 ‘perfect’ wines

Twelve wines have been given “perfect” 100-point ratings in Robert more...

Men down $1k of ‘aphrodisiac’ wine at airport

Two Chinese air passengers downed an entire bottle of aphrodisiac wine after more...

UK vineyards included in tax relief scheme

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

The Tour de l'Oc in pictures

A pictorial report of the highs and lows of the Tour de l'Oc cycling challenge more...

Fire devastates New Zealand winery

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

E-commerce, Sales & Marketing Executive

London, United Kingdom

Competitive salary and bonus package based on experience and qualification.

Hart Davis Hart biggest in US

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

Copa América: Malbec vs Carmenère

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

How to drink like a billionaire

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

Social Media Editor

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Australia puts quality centre stage

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

Is fine wine turning a corner?

The Liv-ex Fine Wine 100 index is finally showing a year-on-year gain as it more...

Greece in pictures

23rd September, 2013 by Rupert Millar

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Can you tell what it is yet? Although the picture above may look like a bare hillside, eagle-eyed readers will spot a man made construction at the base of the rock. And here it is, a small, ruinous section of what was apparently an aqueduct built by a Roman emperor (possibly Hadrian). Modern builders have claimed it is impossible to transport water between the two sites this ancient structure once did. Other bits of the aqueduct and others are sometimes visible, dotted around the hillsides.

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