February 10, 2020

Halewood in good spirits as the buoyant artisanal market leads to rapid growth

ADVERTORIAL As the artisanal spirits and craft beers markets grow apace, the UK-based Halewood Wines and Spirits is expanding worldwide with brands that are proving popular with younger people in particular. From Crabbie’s Ginger Beer to Vestal Vodka, from Dead Man’s Fingers Rum (in multiple…
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February 10, 2020

The wine market achieves organic growth

The organic wine market will exceed 85 million cases within the next two years, according to forecasts, with Europe helping to drive increases. According to figures from IWSR Drinks Market Analysis, organic wine is likely to enjoy a compound annual growth rate of 9.2% between…
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February 10, 2020

Château Suau puts focus on organic and sulphur-free wines

With a wide range of red, white and rosé wine, Château Suau, situated in the Cadillac Côtes de Bordeaux now has over ten years’ experience in the field of organic, sulphur-free winemaking.  Under the direction of consultant winemaker, Michel Rolland, the Château, located between the banks of the Garonne and the Dordogne,…
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February 10, 2020

A vineyard on a human scale that cares for the environment

Looking after nature has been a commitment for Château Grand Français since 2002. While the increased importance given to the environment has become particularly evident in the last couple of years, for Château Grand Français it has long been a priority. This vineyard has been organic farming…
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February 10, 2020

Champagne Drappier launches its organic Champagne : Clarevallis 

ADVERTORIAL With 15 hectares owned and farmed organically, the Drappier family produces Champagne Clarevallis, a modern interpretation of its cistercian heritage. It will be available for tasting for the first time at Vinexpo Paris. Champagne Clarevallis, which has Ecocert certification, is made from grapes grown…
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February 10, 2020

Navigating the climate, the competition and the rules to sell organic Champagne across the world

Varying rules on the term organic, rainy springs and the rise of Prosecco are just a few of the challenges facing Champagne Michel Bruno. We asked Guillaume Orban, Commercial Director for Champagne Bruno Michel to tell us more about organic champagne. We are based south…
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February 10, 2020

Bushfires bring actors of Australian wine sector closer together

Australia’s wine sector is drawing together to provide support and advice to those affected by this season’s devastating fires. Wine Australia, Australian Grape & Wine, the Australian Wine Research Institute and viticultural experts, backed by the Federal Government, and state and regional wine agencies, are…
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February 10, 2020

The fruits of an extraordinary partnership

The Rupert & Rothschild partnership was formed in 1997 by the late Dr Anton Rupert of South Africa and the late Baron Edmond de Rothschild of France. Their vision was carried forward by their sons, the late Dr Anthon Rupert and Baron Benjamin de Rothschild.…
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February 10, 2020

South Africa’s Longridge Wine Estate shines amongst world’s top organic wines

Organic and biodynamic Stellenbosch wine producer, Longridge Wine Estate and Jasper Raats have received three gold medals at the Grand International Organic Wine Awards. The international awards for organic wines has become one of the most important tasting events in the global organic wine sector.…
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