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Chavin Opens New Markets With Innovation and Non-Alcoholic Wines

Creating wine-based, non-alcoholic products that take the category seriously has opened up new markets for Chavin, including the halal market. Felicity Carter reports.

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Italy’s Export Results Are Not as Bad as Feared

Like other wine exporters, Italy is trending down — but it’s doing better than its key competitors.

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Vinitaly in Figures

In the duel between ProWein and Wine Paris, Vinitaly has sometimes been overlooked recently. However, the Italian trade fair has no need to shy away from comparison, even with international visitors.

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Non-Alcoholic Wine: On Hold

Veronika Crecelius talks to Elisabetta Romeo-Vareille from the Unione Italiana Vini (UIV) about the state of dealcoholisation in Italy.

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Devil's Advocate: The Only Solution for Bordeaux - Cut Volumes and Raise Prices

As top critics head for Bordeaux to taste 2023 samples of wine selling en primeur at prices from €20 to €200 or more, Robert Joseph looks at the 'other' Bordeaux that the giant supermarket chain Carrefour is selling at prices that compete with Red Bull and Coca Cola. 

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Florida Is the Hot New Market for Premium Wine

The Sunshine State sailed through the pandemic and has been partying ever since. As salaries are high, reports Sarah Phillips, there’s a need for a supply of premium wine.

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The International Bulk Wine Market: Mysterious Price Drops

Interesting times for Australia and Argentine.

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A New China for Australia's Wine Exporters

Following the reopening of the Chinese market, Australians are facing new challenges: a smaller market, established players, and emerging trends.

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Cava Records a Mixed 2023

Around two thirds of cava was exported. Germany was by far the most important market, with premium qualities remaining in a niche.

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Bordeaux for €1.66 Angers Producers

Several French associations are collectively protesting against dumping prices and are advocating for a minimum price of €3 per bottle.

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