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  1. Recent Study: Sparkling Wine Market in Hungary: Market Profile to 2018Read the original story

    20 hrs ago |

    It analyzes Sparkling Wine consumption volumes and values at market and category level. It examines the components of change in the market for the historic and forecast years by volumes and values, as well as the manner in which changes in consumer behavior have affected total volumes, values and the type of products chosen.


  2. The Study Away Issue: Buenos AiresRead the original story

    20 hrs ago | Washington Square News

    Buenos Aires's diverse culinary scene offers everything from cheap neighborhood eateries to upscale dining destinations that are redefining Argentinian cuisine. Here is our pick of the bunch.


  3. TWE declares interim results 'on-track'Read the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | The Drinks Business

    Treasury Wine Estate's chief executive, Michael Clarke, has said that fiscal 2015 has "begun well" for the long-troubled Australian wine company. Presenting the results of the half year results for fiscal 2015, Clarke said: "Fiscal 2015 has begun well for TWE.


  4. NZ wine sales improving in North AmericaRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald

    Consumers trading up to premium wine and an improved economy is behind a 19 per cent boost in North American sales to 425,000 cases for New Zealand's largest listed wine company, Delegat Group. The Auckland-based company confirmed record operating profit of $20.5 million for the six months ending December 31, up 2 per cent from $20.2 million in the previous corresponding period, following a 4 per cent rise in global case sales to 1.13 million.


  5. Chateau Mouton RothschildRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | The Free Dictionary

    Chteau Mouton Rothschild is a wine estate located in the village of Pauillac in the Mdoc , 50 km north-west of the city of Bordeaux , France . Its red wine of the same name is regarded as one of the world's greatest clarets .


  6. Market Close: NZX 50 rises to a record; Genesis, Pfi gainRead the original story

    22 hrs ago | Scoop

    ... because of uncertainty around the dairy payout. Delegat Group rose 1.1 percent to $4.65. New Zealand's largest listed wine company posted a 45 per cent drop in first-half profit to $9.8 million, mainly caused by a $10.7 million writedown of its ...


  7. Heavy rain washes out wine grape harvest fundraiserRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | ABC News

    ... to move it up to the local hall but on Friday we weren't game, it was just too wet," he said. Instead of being a wine grape harvest we'll do something with our lemons, so it's not sour grapes it's going to be sweet lemon harvest festival. The event ...


  8. Tasting Notes with Jim Beauregard: Happily, Angry Orchard gets Hop'n Mad 0Read the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago |

    ... reading this column, pretty much any fruit can be fermented, grapes being the most common. But not all grapes make good wine. Some just aren't cut out for the task, and belong in a bowl on the table, where they do just fine. (Just don't feed them to ...


  9. Doing bubbles with styleRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | West Australian

    The dos and don'ts of the world's most luxurious wine extend to what kind of glass to use and even what to wear while drinking it, according to Julien Marteau of the House of Perrier-Jouet, who is in Perth to offer champagne-etiquette tips to coincide with the launch of PJ Sundays at the Cottesloe Beach Hotel. "For us there's a lot of work to be done to educate people to understand the differences between champagne and a sparkling wine," Marteau explained to AAA.


  10. Treasury Wine says revamp is workingRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | West Australian

    The maker of Penfolds wine has taken a large hit to half year profit despite stronger sales, as it makes major changes to its business. Treasury Wine Estate's net profit in the six months to December 31 dropped 60 per cent from a year ago to $42.6 million, as the previous half year result was boosted by a tax benefit.


  11. Woolworths woes, CBA gains balance marketRead the original story

    23 hrs ago | West Australian

    ... to $5.02 after a 13.4 per cent slump in half year profit. The owner of Penfolds, Wolf Blass and Lindemans, Treasury Wine Estates was two cents stronger at $5.45 despite its first half net profit falling 60 per cent. Harvey Norman surged eight cents ...


  12. Shade Mountain releases Sauvignon Blanc just in time for Wine Trail MonthRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago |

    ... page that it has released a new bottling of Sauvignon Blanc. The posting continues: "This light, crisp & herbal white wine is ready for the taking! It's sure to please even the most finicky palate! Enjoy this wine chilled with lighter fare-White ...


  13. Treasury Wine says private label growth poses challenge as profit slumpsRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Sydney Morning Herald

    Treasury Wine Estates limited says its business is achieving solid results on the back of sharp cost cutting and an aggressive re-set. Treasury Wine Estates chief executive Mike Clarke says that sales of private label wines in Australia's big liquor retailers are growing faster than those of broader wine producers, but he plans to tackle the problem head-on.


  14. Metrospaces Announces the Hiring of Renowned Winemaker Luis Martinez...Read the original story

    23 hrs ago | Sys-Con Media

    Mr. Silva, Metrospaces CEO stated: "Luis Martinez is highly recognized in the world of wine making by the special elegance of his wines. This particular characteristic always allows enthusiasts to clearly recognize the characteristic features of each varietal, according to the latest market trends.


  15. Australian wine firm back to profitRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | BBC News

    One of the world's biggest publicly-listed winemakers, Australia's Treasury Wine Estates has returned to profit in the six months to December, citing solid sales among other factors. The Melbourne-based firm, famous for Penfolds, posted a net profit of 42.6m Australian dollars .


  16. Salmon group to honor Mike BenzigerRead the original story

    Yesterday | Sonoma Index Tribune

    Local vintner Mike Benziger will be the special guest honoree Friday, March 13, at Ramekins when the Golden Gate Salmon Association hosts its second annual Sonoma dinner. Benziger is being honored for his family-winery's pioneering efforts in water conservation and bio-dynamic farming, both of which have a long term downstream benefit to our natural waterways and the critters, including salmon, that call them home.


  17. UPDATE 1-Australia's Treasury Wine swings back to profit in H1 2015Read the original story

    Yesterday | Reuters

    Australia's Treasury Wine Estates Ltd, the world's biggest listed standalone wine firm, said it strong sales of its top-shelf labels helped it swing back to profit in the first half. Net profit for the maker of the Penfolds, Beringer and Wolf Blass brands was A$42.6 million for the six months to Dec. 31, a turnaround from the A$100.9 million loss it posted for the full 2014 financial year.


  18. Auction of Washington Wines Names 2015 Honorary Chair, Honorary Grower and Honorary VintnerRead the original story

    Yesterday | Wine Business Online

    ... the lineup of honorees for its 28th annual weekend of events August 13-15, 2015. Andy Perdue, who's been covering the wine industry as a journalist for many years, is Honorary Chair; Dick Shaw, founder of Shaw Vineyards, is Honorary Grower; and ...


  19. Vade Retro Nepotism: The Other N Word.Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | 4 Hoteliers

    ... crucial as maintaining the quality and the timeless techniques. If your family grapes have been turned into a legendary wine since the Renaissance, do not let it go away: the winemaker is hardly ever the owner of the chateau, and it has never been ...


  20. The Village of Stupids still has room for football playersRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Age

    ... Coca-Cola once included cocaine (hence the name); by late 1800s French chemist Angelo Mariani's eponymous Bordeaux "wine of athletes", infused with coca leaf extract, was enjoyed in copious quantities by the likes of Queen Victoria and Thomas ...