Australia’s Petaluma is to build a new winery in the Adelaide Hills in time for the 2015 vintage as the lease on its current site comes to an end.
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New Zealand Winegrowers has announced the appointment of Chris Stroud as marketing manager for Europe.
With Champagne reporting a 6.5% decline in shipments for the first half of 2012, a report has called on producers to reduce their reliance on European markets.
Luxury department store Fortnum & Mason has announced the launch of its Food and Drink Awards, which will seek to recognise the best of the UK’s food and drink media.
The Wine & Spirit Trade Association (WSTA) has warned consumers that they could face a huge price hike for Christmas drinks, if the government’s plans for minimum alcohol pricing go ahead.
Michael Hill-Smith MW’s decision to launch a new wine brand from Tasmania is further proof the island has grabbed the attention of Australia’s leading winemakers.
A London-based drinks wholesaler will target “phenomenal” growth in the UK’s events industry with a specialist focus on British produce when it begins trading in the new year.
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