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The Oxford Wine Company officially leaves Vindependents / Berry Bros & Rudd brings back gin from a 'bygone era' / Pinkster goes green with move into bag-in-box format

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The Oxford Wine Company officially leaves Vindependents

The Oxford Wine Company has officially left Vindependents. Upon announcing its departure this week, The Oxford Wine Company said it had been “a bit unhappy for a while” and had decided to leave the buying group, of which it was a co-founder, to concentrate on its project with larger merchants. ...

Berry Bros & Rudd brings back gin from a 'bygone era'

Berry Bros & Rudd has re-commenced distillation and bottling of its own-label London Dry Gin for global release. Originally created in 1909, and following a four-year hiatus in production, Berry Bros & Rudd London Dry Gin returned to the UK today through its in-house UK distribution arm, Fields ...

Pinkster goes green with move into bag-in-box format

Pinkster has launched Pinkster on Tap – a 3 litre bag-in-box of its raspberry infused premium gin. Launched to "spearhead sustainability" in the spirits category, the new format has been designed to cut down on glass waste. Available now, it is aimed at both the on and off-trade. Positioned ...

Analysis & Insights

Highs and lows for Oz

Depreciation at the commercial end of the market and an upswing in sales of wine priced £10 and over are presenting an opportunity for Australia in the UK as premium price points grow, while the country’s bulk growth marches steadily towards China. Jo Gilbert reports A number of economic and political ...

All dry on the Western Cape

As Cape Town’s water crisis approaches Day Zero rationing, James Lawrence assesses the impact of the drought on the wine industry If climate change sceptics really need an example of how global warming is adversely affecting the planet, they should look to South Africa. After two years of drought, ...

Think Rum, Talk Rum

The opening panel at Harpers’ annual Think Rum event delved deep into the premium possibilities to grow the category. Andrew Catchpole reports With the current buzz around rum underscored by record UK sales, edging above the £1 billion mark in 2017, the category is clearly on its uppers. While that ...

People & Opinion

Meet the buyers: Berenger Piras

James Lawrence continues his buyer-focused odyssey, speaking to some of the most influential names in the business Berenger Piras, French wine buyer, Enotria & Coe Originally from the northern Rhône, I was inspired to pursue a career in the wine world after exploring my father’s extensive ...

Meet the buyers: Andrew Shaw

James Lawrence continues his buyer-focused odyssey, speaking to some of the most influential names in the business  Andrew Shaw: Group wine buying director, Conviviality A six-month spell with Matua Valley in New Zealand making wine with Mark Robertson and his team ignited my passion for buying ...

Guy Woodward: Why we should all just embrace low-alcohol wines

Former editor of Decanter @guyawoodward It seems obligatory, as a wine buff, to be able to namecheck a life-changing bottle – the transformative wine behind that Damascene moment when one’s eyes were opened to the glories of the grape. For most people, it tends to be an ethereal grand cru Burgundy, ...


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