Wine Business International

Professor John A. Davis

Working with members of your own family presents unique challenges, particularly when disagreements arise. What's the best way to structure a family company so that it can flourish even in the face of difficulties? Felicity Carter has a conversation with Harvard Professor John A. Davis.

26. February 2015 - 16:30

By Robert Joseph for Meininger's Wine Business International

Dan Jago, the Tesco global head of beers wines and spirits named in Meininger's in December as "the most powerful buying force in the UK", is returning to a new role within the chain.

26. February 2015 - 15:15

Wine critic Robert Parker Jr announced last night that UK-based Neal Martin will assume responsibility for reporting on Bordeaux en primeurs, with immediate effect. Parker, who launched the iconoclastic, advertisement-free journal The Wine Advocate in 1978, will continue to evaluate bottled Bordeaux and Napa.

25. February 2015 - 15:30

By Rachel Arthur at beveragedaily.com

German consumers are prepared to pay more for a better quality still wine, says Mintel, as drinkers become sceptical of mass-production and demand authenticity and quality. Read more.

25. February 2015 - 15:30

By Charles Pauka at tandlnews.com.au

Australian wine exports to China are said to have almost recovered to levels recorded before Beijing’s austerity measures severely dented volumes, and logistics firm the U-Freight Group (UFL) believes it will be a major boost for the company’s specialist wine logistics services in the country. Read more.

24. February 2015 - 15:30

By Suzanne Mustacich at Wine Spectator

Last month, an agency lashed out at Alibaba, the giant e-commerce site, for failing to curb the activities of unlicensed merchants and the sale of fake goods, including wine, on its sites. But the report was quickly retracted, leaving wineries and importers wondering if it was a warning shot or something else. Read more.

24. February 2015 - 11:45

Ah, Paris in springtime. Christian Holthausen presents his insider's guide to the best wine spots in the City of Lights. Read more.

23. February 2015 - 12:15

By Elin McCoy at Bloomberg

22. February 2015 - 12:00

Minister of Agriculture and Environmental Protection Snezana Bogosavljevic Boskovic told Tanjug that French companies are now more interested in investing in the field of environmental protection and agriculture in Serbia. Read more.

20. February 2015 - 12:15

Dubbed the "king of wines, the wine of kings" by Louis XV of France, Hungary's Tokaji wine is undergoing a makeover as the region hopes to regain fame lost in decades of mismanagement. Read more.

Professor John A. Davis
20. February 2015 - 11:45

Working with members of your own family presents unique challenges, particularly when disagreements arise. What's the best way to structure a family company so that it can flourish even in the face of difficulties? Felicity Carter has a conversation with Harvard Professor John A. Davis.

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