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Pernod Ricard unable to meet supply following low harvest

Pernod Ricard’s wine business, which includes New Zealand wine brands Brancott Estate and Stoneleigh, has announced it will be unable to meet global Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc supply this year after one of the smallest New Zealand harvests in 10 years.

Artisanal to revamp investment after securing £20mln

The owner of The Scotch Malt Whisky Society has revealed plans to ramp up investment in new stock after raising nearly £20 million of finance.

Garçon Wines secures £670,000 investment

Garçon Wines has secured £670,000 of investment in parent company Delivering Happiness Limited.

Rioja unveils five-year plan for driving wine tourism

The Consejo Regulador DOCa of Rioja has unveiled an ambitious five-year strategic plan aimed at boosting the region's sustainability credentials, driving wine tourism and increasing exports.

UK delays VI-1 forms for EU wine by six months

The UK government has delayed the introduction of the controversial VI-1 forms for EU wine being sent to Great Britain by six months.

Canned wine to disrupt the on-the-go wine market

According to analytics firm GlobalData, canned wine is the next innovation to disrupt the on-the-go wine market as sustainability, health, wellness, and moderation trends are prevailing.

Study suggests drinking wine is healthier

Drinking wine rather than beer or spirits is healthier and can reduce your risk of death, a study has found.

Beer and wine see strong sales this Christmas

Online share of UK grocery sales doubled in December, helping to drive supermarkets to their biggest Christmas on record.

Balfour Wines forms new partnerships

Balfour Wines, produced at the Hush Heath estate in Kent, has formed a new distribution partnership with Matthew Clark and Bibendum, and has also launched three limited-edition wines in Majestic stores.

China tariffs to squeeze wine production in Australia

The Chinese government announced on Friday it would impose duties on Australian wine of between 107 and 212 per cent following an “anti-dumping” inquiry announced as part of a suite of measures in past months targeting Australian exports.