Loire Valley Wines (InterLoire) has reported “very healthy” export figures to the UK for 2019, driven – in part – by consumers seeking out alternative sparkling wines and lighter red options.
Ramón Bilbao has announced it will continue with its plan to launch its Spanish Wine Academy, while also bringing forward its digital and online initiatives.
Lyme Bay Winery has added to the range of wines it produces for Aldi.
Freixenet Copestick is adding to the Freixenet brand by introducing a new range of premium Italian still wines.
Freixenet Copestick has teamed up with Intervino to produce 2,500 bottles of personalised I Heart Superheroes Prosecco.
Berkmann Wine Cellars is launching a new initiative to deliver wine direct to customers, while also donating a portion of the profits to help the hospitality sector.
Trivento is launching a new series of idents as part of its latest marketing campaign, marking the third year of its partnership with the Discovery Channel.
German wine producer, Reh Kendermann, is adapting the look of its flagship wine brand, Black Tower, from this month.
An idea shared by an English wine producer last Friday has inadvertently evolved into an initiative aimed at supporting the English wine industry, as well as encouraging people to shop local.
Natural wine is now a recognised category in France under the name "vin methode nature".
Simon Thorpe MW has launched a consultancy service for the wine industry.
Gusbourne has released a limited quantity of still wines, an area of the business it only extends into in “truly exceptional years”.
Vinterest has launched its new website offering consumers across the country access to wine deliveries from London merchants.
Berry Bros & Rudd said it is seeing “incredibly strong” demand for wine deliveries and it recently recorded its biggest online sales day to date.
The Wine Society has announced it is not taking any new orders and it will stop making any deliveries, with immediate effect.
Chablis will be the backdrop for a new Netflix film about growing up in the wine industry.
Wine Hour at Home is a new online “social gathering” platform, created to engage with those “getting bored in self-isolation”.
Jancis Robinson has collated a list of nearly 250 wine retailers who will deliver to consumers who are self-isolating.
The Co-op is introducing its first wines from Romania and Uruguay.
Broadland Drinks has launched a new “multi-country” brand, with the aim of helping consumers find new and interesting wines without it being time-consuming.
Nyetimber has announced it is providing work experience for three students from Plumpton College Wine Centre.
Accolade Wines is relaunching its Hardys wine brand, backed by a £5 million investment which will include a new strategy and marketing campaign.
A Portuguese online wine retailer has organised a live-streamed two-day virtual trade event to help Portuguese wine producers present the wines they were going to bring to international trade fair, Prowein.
Kingland Drinks has launched a new canned wine brand, which will is available in Co-op stores now.
Hattingley Valley has released its first range of premium still wines.
Bodega Argento has released a new single vineyard organic Malbec for UK independent retailers and the on-trade.
The Raw Wine Fair has been postponed as fears about coronavirus escalate.
Treasury Wine Estate (TWE) is expanding its Blossom Hill Gin Fizz range by introducing an RTD can format to the UK market.
The organisers of the London Wine Fair 2020 have announced the show is still going ahead but the situation will remain under review following the uncertainty caused by coronavirus (COVID-19), which recently led to the cancellation of Prowein in Germany.
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