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Mar de Frades appoints Enotria & Coe as UK distributor

Mar de frades, the Albariño-specialising Rías Baixas sister to Rioja’s Ramón Bilbao, has appointed Enotria & Coe as its UK distributor with immediate effect taking over from Cellar Trends. The new partnership follows Mar de Frades’ Ramón Bilbao portfolio joining Enotria & Coe in March last ...


Moldovan winery Chateau Vartely sets sight on UK

Moldovan Chateau Vartely has revealed a new strategy to target the UK market. The winery, which produces a wide range of wines, said it had decided to “take a fresh hands-on” approach and introduce its portfolio to the UK as a 'new discovery' albeit from a very old wine producing country. Admitting ...


Dark Horse posts ‘outstanding’ UK performance

E&J Gallo has reported a 54% hike in UK sales of its Dark Horse Californian wine brand for the year ending 31 December, 2017.    The brand, which claims to be the UK’s bestselling US 'premium' wine, said sales had been driven by its Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio and Sauvignon ...


Chilean Malbec continues rise as UK Roadshow ramps up focus on diversity

Sales of Chilean Malbec increased 51% in 2017, accounting for 12% of all Malbec sold in the UK, spearheading the fast growth of several of Chile’s emerging varieties. Malbec was among several less mainstream varieties from Chile that are being pushed by importers at this year’s Wines of Chile Roadshow ...


Think Rum reveals this year’s winners

Think Rum revealed the winners of this year’s awards at the second annual event held last week, with Sly Augustin taking the prestigious Rum Champion of the Year gong and the Best Individual Rum Bar award. Augustin of Trailer Happiness beat an impressive shortlist, including colleague Paul McFayden, ...


Analysis & Insights

The indie retailer where the customer is king

With a no-nonsense attitude to wine retailing and a true focus on the customers’ needs, The Vineking in Surrey is approaching 2018 with a renewed focus. Lisa Riley reports “Great wines, no nonsense” is the motto of independent wine merchant The Vineking, which launched in 2002 when founder Erik ...


New Zealand’s southern stars

New Zealand’s unsullied image and premium focus is widening its quality appeal, finds Anne Krebiehl MW New Zealand continues to perform well in the UK, cementing its place at the premium end of the market, with this success borne out by the numbers – which make for impressive reading (see boxout). ...


Singling out malt

Despite the premium gin and Japanese whisky assault, single malt Scotch is riding high in a market driven by exploration. Tom Bruce-Gardyne reports Throughout December, Edinburgh’s outdoor Christmas market was its usual bustling self. Anyone feeling the cold could buy a hot toddy, though not one made ...


People & Opinion

Q&A: Ronan Sayburn MS

Super-somm, uber-educator and private members’ wine club buyer Ronan Sayburn MS talks shop with Andrew Catchpole You’ve recently expanded upstairs at 67 Pall Mall. How is the club going?Downstairs is small and our membership is 2,000 people now and rapidly going up to 3,000, with a lot more interest, ...


Jerry Lockspeiser: What wine would you drink in an igloo?

During November and December last year, a skiing inspired pop-up appeared on London’s Southbank near the Festival Hall. Close to the skate boarders and overlooking the river Thames, Jimmy’s Lodge featured an outside bar and grill, inside restaurant and three heated Private Dining Igloos (or Snow Globes) ...


Q&A: Chris Yorke, global marketing director, New Zealand Wine Growers

As NZ continues to deliver strong premium growth in the UK, Andrew Catchpole asks Chris Yorke about the challenges of keeping up the momentum. With global exports now at a record $1.66 billion, is New Zealand’s wine industry able to support further growth? In terms of volume the UK has grown ...



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