English wine and beer producer Chapel Down has smashed its original crowdfunding target by raising £2.9 million from investors in just 10 days.
Aside from being the winemaker at Schmitt Söhne, Manfred Burg also owns a wine estate in Mosel where he produces mainly Riesling wines.
Reacting to Sir John Hegarty’s cutting critique of the wine trade published yesterday, David Boyer points out the “potential flaws” in his marketing proposal.
Wines of the Beautiful South returned to Kensington Olympia for its second year with a new set-up and an increase in attendance.
Chile’s Pinot Noirs are rapidly improving in quality, helped by ageing vines, cool-climate coastal locations, and a couple of Burgundian winemakers.
This week’s impressive roundup of drinks industry tweets features harvest woes, referendum chat and mind-bending illusions.
Hong Kong has signed a deal with Chinese customs officials introducing an online system designed to dramatically speed up wine shipments to the mainland.
A US retailer and writer have emerged victorious in a competition designed to support the world’s top independent wine merchants.
Sotheby’s hopes that it’s new shop at its headquarters in Pacific Place will draw in clients who do not currently buy wine at its auctions.
Corney & Barrow has appointed a new general manager for its Asian operations as well as a new marketing manager and new additions to the sales team.
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