As Cape wine exports pick up post the ban in April, Wines of South Africa (WoSA) is launching a new campaign on social media to promote “Spectacular South Africa”.


Sustainability in both economic and human terms was outlined as the key challenge facing Cape winemakers at the opening conference of Cape Wine 2018.


Leading South African wine producer KWV has appointed North South Wines as its UK distributor, taking over from Leeds-based Bottle Green, which was acquired by Kingsland Drinks early last year.


London-based wine business Humble Grape has set its sights on becoming the ‘Starbucks of the wine world’, complete with enhanced technology, and plans to open 60 franchised wine bars.


Vodka is a pleasure of life, but it can also be considered a dangerous sport if you drink to much of it.


For the the first time in 12 years the Liv-ex Fine Wine 100 index fell by 0.9% in January, a traditionally strong month.


The wettest weather in over 100 years has had little effect on English vineyards.


Borough Wines, which has been offering its customers wine straight from the barrel into bottles in store for over 10 years, is now rolling the concept out nationwide.


A new single serve PET wine glass is getting set to ramp up its UK distribution following a deal with Les Grands Chais de France.


The UK remains the sixth biggest wine consuming country in the world despite another year of falling wine sales, according to the latest figures released by Vinexpo, but there are signs drinking levels could be on the up again from 2015.

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