Wine Business International

Ole Nielsen, CEO, Fine Wine Club International

Sweden may be a monopoly market, but there are opportunities for wine producers apart from Systembolaget. Felicity Carter explains.

Rui Falcao
14. April 2018 - 12:30

What happens when you put some of the liveliest minds in wine into the same room? Rui Falcao did just that, through his MUST - Fermenting Ideas conference. He discusses what happened next.

Robert Joseph
14. April 2018 - 12:15

Robert Joseph bids farewell to Leonildo (‘Nino’) Pieropan.

5. April 2018 - 14:45

The news is full of corporates sales, consolidations and reversals. Is it time for publicly listed companies to rethink their engagement with wine? Robert Joseph considers the situation.

5. April 2018 - 11:15

Accolade Wines, majority owned by a private equity company, has just been sold to another private equity company, The Carlyle Group. What does this mean for Accolade, one of the world's biggest wine businesses?

3. April 2018 - 16:30

Wine Australia has been granted new powers to protect the integrity of Australia's wine exports - including the ability to deny shipping approval.

3. April 2018 - 15:30

Maureen Downey is the world's leading expert on wine fraud and counterfeit and has worked with the US Department of Justice and the FBI. She delves into the world of wine fakery with Robert Joseph.

Dr Andreas Brokemper, CEO, Henkell & Co Gruppe
3. April 2018 - 15:00

Less than a month after revealing that it has taken a 50% stake in Freixenet, the German giant Henkell & Co Gruppe has announced it has taken a 75% stake in a major Lithuanian distributor.

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23. March 2018 - 12:00

Sales of Champagne hit a new high in 2017, with turnover setting a new record at €4.9bn ($6bn).

Rollo Gabb, Journey's End Vineyards
23. March 2018 - 11:15

Rollo Gabb, managing director of Journey’s End Vineyards in South Africa, has launched legal action against The Times of London and the Daily Mail.

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22. March 2018 - 15:00

The bloated nature of banks and other financial institutions in the run-up to the 2008 financial crash posed a grave threat to the world's markets. Robert Joseph asks if the problems currently plaguing Conviviality point to something similar happening in wine.

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