Wine Industry News

March, 17, 2019 Fine China: Wine from the Middle Kingdom

(Wine-Searcher) - China expert Jim Boyce looks at some Chinese wines available in the wider world. How's this for a story? Jean-Guillaume Prats, then head of estates & wines for Moët Hennessy, once got snowbound for three days while visiting vineyards 2500 meters (8...

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(TDB) - The UK drinks market is seeing a fall-off in still wine consumption – and it’s predicted to worsen – although the main area of decline is the lower end of the market, according to the IWSR. Using data gathered from all areas of the UK drinks market, figures from th...

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March, 17, 2019 Corona brewer Constellation is nearing a deal to sell some wine brands to E. & J. Gallo

(CNBC) -  Constellation Brands  is in advanced talks to sell its some of its low-end wine brands to E. & J. Gallo Winery, people familiar with the situation tell CNBC. Constellation, which also sells Corona and Modelo beers, had hoped its wine business would fetch $3 billion. Howev...

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February, 27, 2019 The Biggest Scam In Wine History

(Forbes) - Thanks to its iconic logo that makes it immediately recognizable, the Armand de Brignac Champagne is known worldwide also under the name Ace of Spades. The price for a single bottle is around two hundred and fifty euros. While limited editions can go up to three hundred and fifty...

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February, 27, 2019 The Changing Face of Luxury Wine

(Wine-Searcher) - Given current economic conditions, the high rollers seem to keep wining across the globe. Given the ever-higher stakes for luxury products across the world, there continues to be greater interest in luxury wines across all price points. However, surprisingly, there is still ver...

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February, 27, 2019 Researchers discover how grapevine red blotch virus harms the vine

(WB) - Grapevine red blotch virus harms the vines by inhibiting photosynthesis in the leaves, UC Davis researchers said this month in an article  published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry .  The researchers also found that infected wine grape vines cannot conduct water ...

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February, 27, 2019 Berger on wine: Wine business growing more difficult

(SonomaNews) -  There’s an old, well-known saying: “If you wanna make a small fortune in the wine business, start with a large one.” The statement, which now is a cliché, has never been truer — except for families that got into wine 50 or 100 years ago, never ...

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February, 27, 2019 Why You Don't Need Land For A Winery

(Forbes) - Last week a small patch of land went up for sale. Happens every day. But this happened to be the Cole Ranch AVA in Mendocino, Calif., a wine appellation that can be acquired in its entirety. Less than a quarter of a square mile (about 190 acres, of which 55 are planted to vineyard), it&r...

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