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Cork turning a pretty profit as data shows consumers willing to pay over PS5 more for bottle closed with cork / Connoisseur Estates partners with CellarVino for first joint tasting / Simpsons estate announces name of first fizz with help of British public

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Cork turning a pretty profit as data shows consumers willing to pay over 5 more for bottle closed with cork

New research suggests that consumers could be willing to pay more for a bottle of wine sealed with a cork on average over 5.38 more, as premiumisation widens the value gap between cork and artificial closures. Wading into the battle between cork and screwcap, CGA has released findings which analysts ...


Connoisseur Estates partners with CellarVino for first joint tasting

Specialist importer Connoisseur Estates has joined forces with long-term collaborator CellarVino to host their inaugural portfolio tasting together. The tasting took place last week at CellarVinos sister company The Auction House in Luton, where the two companies showcased their wines side by ...


Simpsons estate announces name of first fizz with help of British public

Charles and Ruth Simpson have revealed the name of their first British fizz after enlisting the help of crowdfunding investors in naming the inaugral release from their winery in, Barnham, Kent. Simpsons Wine Estate has revealed that Beora will be the name of their upcoming release, after the Saxon ...


Flint Wines secures Cantina del Pino distribution deal

Flint Wines has signed a deal as the exclusive distributor of Piedmont winery Cantina del Pino in the UK. The deal will see the fine wine merchant take over distribution of the Italian winerys portfolio across both the on and off-trade with immediate effect. Located in Barbaresco, the family-owned ...


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The battle for closure

The industry has been split on the issue of cork versus screwcap for years,but now consumers are calling the shots, as Lisa Riley reports The cork versus alternative closures debate has raged in the wine industry for decades, with experts, sommeliers, producers and consumers from across the world ...


Drinking Clever

As the on-trade struggles with inflationary pressures, Darren Smith examines how suppliers and restaurants are adapting to meet the challenge Up until last year, the UK had enjoyed a sustained period of on-trade growth across all channels while experiencing low inflation. CGAs Alcohol Sales Tracker ...


Prosecco: Blue skye drinking

As more and more countries encroach on Proseccos patch with their sparkling offerings, Lisa Riley asks how the Italian bubbly is innovating to stay ahead of the pack Sales of Prosecco, the darling of sparkling wine, are continuing to bubble overwith impressive double-digit growth in both the on and ...


People & Opinion

Tim Atkin: Semillon - The Naked Grape

When I was younger, fitter and considerably trimmer than I am now, I took part (twice) in a wine trade version of The Full Monty for charity. The name of our group of buffed-up writers, sommeliers and importers was The Semillons (geddit?). So, when I received an invitation to an event called The Semillon ...


Q&A: Laura Jewell, Wine Australia

Laura Jewell MW talks to Andrew Catchpole about life at the UK helmof Wine Australia and her involvement with the Women in Wine Awards We hear that you once harboured an ambition to be a helicopter pilot how did you end up in wine? My father was in the Navy and the idea of being a helicopter ...


Jerry Lockspeiser: The Problem with Natural Wine

Why arent organic carrots just called carrots? Why arent carrots grown with pesticides called chemical carrots? There is something odd happening when the unnatural is considered normal and the natural considered exceptional, even weird. An enlightening article on the Positive News website, ...



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