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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February 10, 2020

Angus Dundee presents Tomintoul 18-year-old

Angus Dundee have announced the release of this stunning new expression in a beautifully designed presentation box showcasing the Cairngorms National Park, where the Tomintoul Distillery is located. Exporting to 80 countries worldwide, Angus Dundee has two single malt distilleries: Tomintoul: situated in the prestigious…
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February 10, 2020

Gooseberry flavoured Gin from Whitley Neill

The UK’s premium gin brand Whitley Neill, has launched a limited-edition Gooseberry Gin – just in time for Vinexpo Paris. Expected to be a big seasonal hit this Spring, especially for gifting at Valentine’s Day this week, and a little later for Mother’s Day, Whitley…
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February 10, 2020

Reforms announced for New York’s antiquated licencing laws for craft beverages

New York state Governor Andrew M. Cuomo has unveiled the 19th proposal of the 2020 State of the State – growing New York’s craft beverage manufacturing industry by reforming antiquated prohibition-era laws, removing barriers to new investments. The Governor’s proposal will make it easier for movie theatres to sell…
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February 10, 2020

New from New York Wines

ADVERTORIAL New York Wine and Grape Foundation presents new Finger Lakes wineries in Paris  The New York Wine & Grape Foundation is welcoming Finger Lakes winery representatives from Anthony Road Wine Company, Sheldrake Point Vineyards, and Nathan K. Wines, as guest presenters to the New York Wines booth…
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May 16, 2019

Avondale produces organic wines for ageing

Avondale, the pioneering estate from South Africa’s Paarl region, hopes to show the ageing potential of biodynamic and organic wines with the limited- release of its Avondale Samsara 2009 ‘Decade Edition’. Samsara comes from 13 different parcels of grapes that have been brought together to…
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May 16, 2019

Overhex’s new look Balance to support elephants

Balance, the quirky range of everyday South African wines from Overhex Wines International, has come to Vinexpo with a new look that pushes the environmental and charitable credentials of this innovative brand. The range of Balance wines are best known for what it calls its…
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May 14, 2019

From wind to wine – Bodega Garzon and its sustainable facilities

Speaking to Vinexpo Daily, Christian Wylie, Managing Director, Bodega Garzon, explains his journey to work for Uruguay’s fastest-growing winemaker With the incredible growth of Bodega Garzon in the past few years, we asked Christian Wylie, to share the backstory of his life and winemaking in…
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