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.

17. October 2006 - 13:00

by Jamie Kim

After rising by nearly 20% in 2005 to 1.75 million cases, wine imports in South Korea grew even faster in the first half of 2006, posting gains of almost

17. October 2006 - 13:00

by Wojciech Boñkowski andTomasz Prange-Barczyñski

Earlier this year Poland was classified in zone A as a winemaking country by the European Union. With plantings exceeding 200 hectares, Poland is slowly becoming a wine nation. Last June the

16. October 2006 - 13:00

by Charles Metcalfe

How do you sell wine more profitably if you\'re a good-value pizza chain with over 300 UK branches? You design seasonally-appropriate menus and

15. October 2006 - 13:00

by Peter Moser

When Austria`s Weinviertel launched its new wine category, Districtus Austria Controllatus or DAC, and with this a clear regional flavour profile for Grüner Veltliner,

15. October 2006 - 13:00

by Charles Metcalfe

Tesco`s wine category has performed as strongly as the rest of the company, which announced half-year results recently up 12.5% on a comparable

14. October 2006 - 13:00

by Bob Campbell

The value of New Zealand s wine sales to the US has grown dramatically in the past decade and is expected to exceed sales to the UK by the end of next year, according to

14. October 2006 - 13:00

by Michèle Shah

A recent ruling by the European court has given the exclusive rights for the name Tokay to the eponymous region in Hungary. Producers in Friuli in northeastern Italy, a region where Tocai

13. October 2006 - 13:00

by James Halliday

A regional supermarket chain in Australia is currently selling wine at prices below that of water. Fisher s in northwestern Victoria is promoting

a red and white pair of wines from local cellars at two Australian dollars (1,20 ) per bottle. With this special offer manager Alan Fisher hopes to aid local grape growers whose market has collapsed in the face of overproduction.

12. October 2006 - 13:00

by Subhash Arora

There is good news for wine drinkers in Mumbai. Since October 1st the Maharashtra government has allowed the sale of wine and beer in supermarkets

11. October 2006 - 13:00

by Alfredo Hervias

Sporting growth of over 30% in the year ending on the 30th of June 2006, Argentina has for the first time overtaken Chile as a the leading supplier

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