American consumers have lost their appetite for low calorie “skinny” wines, forcing Treasury Wine Estates to pull its The Skinny Vine brand off the shelves.
Treasury Wine Estates has revealed that its US and Australian supply chains will be undergoing a series of radical changes.
Mark Beringer has been appointed chief winemaker of Beringer Vineyards in California’s Napa Valley, the winery founded by his great-great-grandfather in 1876.
Treasury Wine Estate’s chief executive, Michael Clarke, has said that fiscal 2015 has “begun well” for the long-troubled Australian wine company.
India’s leading luxury hotel group, the Taj, has launched a new fine wine collection to meet growing demand in the country.
Treasury Wine Estates has announced a new partnership with the J. Walter Thompson Company to boost its global communications and marketing drive.
Treasury Wine Estates has named Bob Spooner as its new chief supply officer.
Dan Townsend of Treasury Wine Estates has been appointed the new chairman of UK drinks trade charity The Benevolent.
Treasury Wine Estates could “retire” up to 25 brands to focus on its high-end ranges, the company’s chief executive has told shareholders.
Chief executive Michael Clarke has retaliated against criticism from small retailers, saying they are too quick to get upset when big outlets get better deals.
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