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07/14/17

Wine trends go through cycles, some of which are difficult to predict. Today, we face the fact that millennial buyers may be history's least predictable wine-buying group, and one of the most challenging.

07/14/17

In the fifth and sixth centuries, the Cornish kings who lived at Tintagel Castle feasted on oysters, cod, beef, pork, and lamb served on red slipware bowls imported from Turkey, and drank fine wine imported from southern Turkey or Cyprus in glass goblets imported from Spain, according to a report in The Guardian.

07/14/17

English Heritage says people who lived on site of Cornish castle 1,000 years ago dined on oysters and imported fine tableware

07/14/17

Life in Britain in the Dark Ages wasn't as bad as billed, at least for kings and their entourage, suggest findings at an archaeological dig at a 1,500-year-old castle in Cornwall.

07/12/17

This award was established by Unione Italiana Vini to offer recognition to the innovations in the enological and bottling field, which can be useful for encouraging new ideas and bring the sector to higher and higher levels.

07/12/17

Slight increases in temperature in Mediterranean regions from global warming could potentially result in labor, productivity and economic losses for the European wine industry, an article in the journal Temperature suggests.

07/12/17

The Algarve is best known for its sunshine, stunning beaches and grilled fish, but now the region's wines are enjoying a renaissance, a trend highlighted by their growing international recognition.

07/12/17

Among the latest to test the benefits of a deep soak are Bandol winemakers in southern France who teamed up with a dive school for a year-long experiment.

07/11/17

Regular readers of this blog will be familiar with my continuing search for great co-operative wineries.

07/11/17

07/11/17

Edivo winery, which is located in Dra?e on the Pelješac peninsula in southern Dalmatia, made international news recently when it opened the first underwater winery in Croatia.

07/11/17

International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show (IBWSS) which is an annual show in San Francisco that caters to the US bulk wine, bulk spirits and private label buyers is now also coming to London in 2018.

07/11/17

According to local news site Le Progres a "mini-tornado" across the Rhône caused hail, mudslides and uprooted trees across the area, starting just before 5pm and hitting the north of the Beaujolais region, with villages affected included Fleurie, Chénas, Moulin-à-vent, Villié-Morgon, Régnié, and Chiroubles.

07/11/17

Following the publication of the company's results on 15 June, Majestic's share price fell from around 384p per share to around 311p a week later (22 June) although it has since rallied slightly, currently standing at around 316p.

07/11/17

Fresh analysis suggests many English wineries are seeing record turnover from increased consumer demand, as the industry tries to get a better picture of its finances.

07/11/17

It's still early days for the new merger between the two main bodies representing the interests of UK wine producers.

07/11/17

An off-grid Spanish winery is harnessing the full power of the sun to ripen grapes and turn the fruit into wine.

07/11/17

Though it was formed prematurely-one mother-daughter team in Italy now shares clear-eyed determination about how to re-sculpt the appreciation of their region's wines.

07/11/17

According to the latest data from Funding Options, is an online aggregator for SME finance based in the UK, the turnover of the English wine sector has nearly trebled over the last five years from £55.7 million in 2011 to £132 million today.

07/10/17

Guala Closures Group has agreed to acquire Indian firm Axiom Propack for an undisclosed sum.

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