Vintage conditions push Argentine wine producers to premiumise

Smaller-than-average vintages are forcing Argentine wine producers to move into more premium price segments, according to Trapiche’s Duncan Keen.

Sainsbury’s not moving away from Fairtrade wine

The Fairtrade Foundation has said there is “no indication” that UK retailer Sainsbury’s is considering axing the Fairtrade label on some of its wines and moving to its own 'fairly traded' scheme, despite the retailer launching a pilot scheme for its teas last month.

China’s top 10 imported wines by country

With China's burgeoning middle class and rising demand for imported wines, the sector is set to see fast-track growth within the next few years. But which countries are responsible for China's main supplies of imported wines?

Rabobank: US wine exports to EU fall

US wine exports saw a double digit decline on the back of falling sales to the EU, according to the latest Rabobank report, but France saw “remarkable” increases in exports to the UK, despite an average price rise of 10.6%.

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