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Friday 25 April 2014

California undergoing a ‘rapid’ revolution

Jon Bonné, wine critic of the San Francisco Chronicle, believes the Californian wine industry is experiencing a “rapid” and “vital” revolution as significant as the one that took place in the ‘70s.

Magnum of Nazi wine sells for £1,500

A rare magnum of “Führerwein”, made on the orders of Adolf Hitler, has sold at auction for £1,500.

Top 10 New York rooftop bars

Get away from the hustle and bustle of New York’s streets and escape to a rooftop oasis at one of the city’s many rooftop terraces.

Former Constellation president takes helm at Enotria

Former Constellation president Troy Christensen is to become CEO of Enotria, replacing current chief executive Alison Levett, who is to leave the business.

Beer, Bordeaux and bulk wine for LWF 2014

The London Wine Fair is to feature a host of new sections for the first time this year, including an area for bulk wine producers and another for craft beer.

App to combat fake wine in China developed

A new app has been developed that aims to tackle the growing problem of counterfeit wine in the Chinese market.

Attention turns from HK to Singapore

The attention of fine wine merchants in Asia is increasingly turning from Hong Kong to Singapore.

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