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Monday 29 August 2016 loc: GB
Every month the drinks business publishes a magazine, in print and digital formats, containing in depth analysis of all the major issues in beer, wine and spirits.
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August 2016

Indies Rock

Ten wine retailers steering a profitable course in post-brexit britain

Amid a fast-changing, Brexit-beshrouded retail environment, indie wine shops are having to work harder than ever to stand out from the competition.

Move Over, Malbec

Argentine winegrowers planting for the future

Malbec will always be the variety for which Argentina is best-known, but as winegrowers collectively seek to diversify and premiumise their offering, the country’s viticultural landscape looks destined to change…

Stopper the Press

Can the technology usher in a new era for cork?

Technological advances in the past two decades have brought us to the once unimaginable point of being able to eliminate TCA in corks. Is this a new dawn for the closure? Perhaps, but there’s a lot more research to be done…

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July 2016

BORN AGAIN

How a thriving cocktail culture is giving a new lease of life to Tequila

BRAND GIANTS

Counting down the 10 biggest wine brands in the world

THE DROPS OF GOD

How manga brought fine wine to a new audience

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June 2016

ITALY

Forget France: It’s time for Italian fine wine to shine

DB AWARDS

This year’s competition winners are revealed

CHIANTI CLASSICO

Standing out from its volume-driven neighbour

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May 2016

AUSTRALIA

An old-vine rewakening in the land down under

LONDON CALLING

A comprehensive guide to the London Wine Fair

BRAND DESIGNS

Daring drinks designs for the 21st – century consumer

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April 2016

NEW HORIZONS

How the fight for Riojan terrior could change the region’s winemaking landscape

SUPREME LEYDA

A spotlight on Chile’s cool-climate regions

ALVARO PALACIOS

Honouring this year’s Winemakers’ Winemaker