UK supermarket chain, Waitrose, is trialling a new in-store “grazing area” serving gourmet cheese boards and wines by the glass.
Global sales of Prosecco have overtaken Champagne, as the insatiable worldwide thirst for the Italian sparkler shows no sign of abating.
The struggling Co-operative Group is to sell its vineyard in Gloucestershire four years after planting vines on the site.
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Chris Hatcher, chief winemaker with Australian brand Wolf Blass, was crowned Winemaker of the Year at the International Wine & Spirits Competition awards banquet last night.
Waitrose has bolstered its Master of Wine quota with the addition of two new buyers to the team.
UK multiple retailer Waitrose has confirmed a new addition to its wine buying team.
UK importers are hurrying to list Brazilian wine as the country’s already attractive image is boosted by the enticing commercial prospects of the 2014 FIFA World Cup and 2016 Rio Olympic Games.
Waitrose has announced that former Direct Wines buyer Cat Lomax has joined the supermarket’s wine buying team.
Matthew Jukes recommends a “near perfect wine” and “one of the finest value Chardonnays on the planet” from the wines available for Wine Relief.
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