The closure of Morris Wines in Rutherglen is a devastating blow: for the people who will lose their jobs, for the heart and soul of the region, and for Australian wine lovers, especially those of us who think the Morris Rare Muscat is one of the greatest wines in the world.
"Everything has changed but nothing has changed," said Andrew Weeber of Gusbourne winery in Appledore, Kent about last week's Brexit vote. Here's a look -- from the UK and across the Channel -- on how Brexit will affect sparkling wine.
“Bread, wine and water,” Italian winemaker Francesco Zonin, vice president of Zonin 1821, said about what will be found at every brunch, lunch and dinner table in his home country. “Then there’s always something else – the family. Wine and meals are something that never take place by themselves. They’re always enjoyed with others.”
After losing patriarch Peter Mondavi, Sr. this past February at the age of 101, Napa Valley’s Charles Krug Winery is looking to burnish its legacy as one of Napa’s pioneering players with a new initiative to market selections from its … Continue reading →
Speaking to Harpers in the wake of Guy Woodward’s column berating the wine trade for its lack of women in visible front line roles, Monika Elling, CEO of Foundations Marketing Group in New York City, argues that the imbalance of the sexes goes far deeper, to the serious detriment of the trade on both sides of The Pond.
A number of people have asked me for comments on how the recent Brexit vote might affect the traditional strong relationship between the Bordeaux and London based wine trades. I thought it might be useful to try to put this into contex
Two weeks after Michael Clarke landed the job of chief executive of Treasury Wine Estates, he received a phone call telling him that KKR, the private equity group, had proposed a takeover offer for the winemaker. “My wife and I were putting down an
A statement following the company’s AGM said that after nearly four years with the company Walgate had decided to leave to pursue other interests. Gusbourne’s founder and chairman Andrew Weeber will take on the executive role “for the time being”.
Among its latest reports, the Journal of Wine Economics (JWE) presents a paper with the climate change views of respected wine industry pros spanning five continents. Environmental activists and supporters form a chain to create a world map...
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