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Britain's Foreign Office switches to English wine for guests as Brexit approaches

September, 10, 2017 Britain's Foreign Office switches to English wine for guests as Brexit approaches

(Independent) - The British government is increasing the amount of English wines it buys and the number it serves at official events, new figures show. Of the 3,052 bottles bought for the cellar over the past year, 1,500 were English, or 50 per cent. A decade ago, English wines made up just 20 p...

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Texas Vineyards Survive Harvey's Visit

September, 10, 2017 Texas Vineyards Survive Harvey's Visit

(Wines&Vines) - The Gulf Coast of Texas took a direct hit from Hurricane Harvey, but the good news is vineyards there were almost entirely undamaged. The region has been described as having “warm breezes and micro-climate,” and as a result, grapegrowers had finished harvest by the e...

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Drawing the Natural Wine Battle Lines

September, 10, 2017 Drawing the Natural Wine Battle Lines

(Wine-Searcher) - In the third of his series on low-intervention winemaking, Tom Jarvis tackles the thorny subject of natural wine.   After two pieces focusing on organics and biodynamics in the vineyard, we conclude this series by focusing more on the natural wine movement, wh...

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The biggest new wine store in D.C. isn’t actually a store at all

September, 10, 2017 The biggest new wine store in D.C. isn’t actually a store at all

(WP) - Washington’s fine wine scene is about to get a jolt. Zachys, a premier New York retailer, has come to town. With an innovative marketing strategy combining elements of direct-to-consumer sales with traditional retail, Zachys aims to change the way we buy and experience wine. Zachys ...

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How Your Brain Makes You Think Expensive Wine Tastes Better

September, 10, 2017 How Your Brain Makes You Think Expensive Wine Tastes Better

(Psychologytoday) - If I give you two glasses of wine and tell you that one costs $50 a bottle and the other $10 a bottle, which one are you more likely to say tastes better? As plenty of studies have shown, the $50 wine is probably going to win the taste test, and that’s true even if both gl...

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The grape generation: Millennial wine-love is shaping the market

September, 10, 2017 The grape generation: Millennial wine-love is shaping the market

(Lasvegassun) - The “Mad Men” generation had three-martini lunches, and millennials are showing a strong taste for wine. In fact, they’re on the verge of toppling baby boomers as the most grape-loving group, according to the Wine Market Council. Its latest report showed the younge...

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Latest Heatwave Causes Problems For Wine Grape Harvest Time

September, 06, 2017 Latest Heatwave Causes Problems For Wine Grape Harvest Time

(AP) — The record heat that baked Northern California over the Labor Day weekend left wine grapes shriveling on the vines, reducing many of them to raisins before the normal harvest and turning what was looking to be a promising vintage into a year that looks more uncertain. The...

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Premium Wine Sales Decelerating

September, 06, 2017 Premium Wine Sales Decelerating

(SVBWine) - It's easy to tell people what they want to hear. It's harder to tell them what they don't want to hear. In 2007 I saw the above chart that tracked US home prices versus median family income. With other indicators in the market, I was convinced there was a real estate bubble a...

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