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Rioja sees record-breaking sales in 2013
Sales of Rioja reached 277 million litres in 2013, surpassing its previous record set before the global economic downturn.
Body of Bordeaux Wine Estate's Chinese Owner Found
The body of Chinese billioniare Lam Kok, a 46-year-old tea magnate who sealed the biggest deal ever made by a Chinese national on a Bordeaux wine estate in December, has finally been recovered - two months after going missing in a helicopter crash.
Italians' thirst for wine diminishes as younger generation turns to beer
Italy, a country that has produced wine for centuries, is seeing dramatic drops in wine consumption as a younger generation reaches instead for beer.
Copestick Murray shoots for top wine brand spots
Copestick Murray is aiming for its I Heart range to become one of the UK's top 10 wine brands and Mionetto to be the number one Prosecco brand within five years.
Diageo warns of the dangers of any UK departure from the EU
Diageo has fired a warning shot against any possible British departure from the European Union and the risks it would have on not only its business but the future of key markets such as the Scottish whisky industry. This could be exacerbated further if Scotland chooses to become independent later in the year.
Greek Premium Wine Producer Domaine Porto Carras Launches New Marketing Program in California
The marketing program, supported in part by the European Union and the Greek government, will include market visits in San Diego, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sacramento and Napa.
Don't be conned when investing in fine wine
Investing in fine wine recently hit the headlines but The Wine Investment Fund thinks it was for the wrong reasons.
SABMiller to develop beers for wine and spirits drinkers
SABMiller is developing beers to attract wine and spirits drinkers as it looks to counter similar innovation drives from rival brewers AB InBev and Heineken to introduce new beer styles.
French wine exports down in 2013; low-priced bottles decline the most
According to the French wine trade body FEVS (Féderation des Exportateurs de Vins & Spiritueux), in a story reported by the British Wine magazine Decanter, French wine exports in 2013 were down by 3.1% in volume. (The sales value was just 0.1% less.)
Limited supply of French wines on bulk market
French wines have only limited availability in the bulk market, with white and rosé wines in shortest supply.
UK: Tesco strengthens wine product development team
Charlotte Lemoine has been appointed as the new assistant product developer to the Tesco wine team and will be overseeing the Italian wine category starting on February 24, 2014.
Watchdog: Finns' favourite wines made in wretched conditions
A recent report by the Sweden-based whistle blower Swedwatch finds that Finland's favourite wines are being produced under questionable circumstances in foreign vineyards. Local NGOs are calling on the state-owned alcohol monopoly Alko to improve its buying practices.
UK police probe suspected fraud at wine investment firm
UK police say that they have exposed an investment firm that took up to £1m in orders for fine wine that it never had access to.
Fake Bordeaux fine wine company exposed
A fake wine company which accepted more than £1 million in sham investments in Bordeaux fine wines has been exposed by UK police.
French wine exports drop in 2013
French wines lost market share around the world in 2013, according to new figures that a show a drop in exports from the country. France exported 3.1% less wine last year, with shipments totalling 174.8m 12-bottle cases, according to the national wine export trade body FEVS.
The Interview: Life is a Cabaret For Jean-Charles Boisset
Jean-Charles Boisset carries a whiff of the theater around with him. Meeting for lunch in Paris, it comes as no surprise that he is staying at the Hotel Costes in the Place Vendôme, which is bedecked with plush red velvet furniture and gilt-edged mirrors. It is reminiscent of the rococo interior décor of Raymond Vineyards, the Napa property Boisset bought in 2009.
French Police Bust Massive Wine-Theft Ring
Armed gendarmes sweep up 20 suspects in gang that allegedly stole high-priced Bordeaux
Bulgaria's Making a Comeback
Bulgarian wine has been in the doldrums since its 1970s heyday, but its new wave winemakers are looking to put the country back on the map.
Students hold 'wages not wine' protest
Students of King's College Cambridge held a "wages not wine" protest yesterday after it emerged that the university spent nearly £3m on wine last year.
BORDEAUX: An Iconic Region Battles to Sustain Market Share - Part 2
Despite the shrinking number of wine properties in Bordeaux, the region remains a world of small farmers. Their wines may carry the name of a château, but the edifice depicted on the label is typically more of a country house than a grand castle.
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