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The former COO of Angelini Wines & Estates will now support the company as an Executive Advisor. Lonardi is set to enhance the existing terroirs and promote the company's growth.

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A new ProWine report by Professor Simone Loose of Geisenheim University has found that exporters see Japan as a key market, thanks to its appreciation for quality and readiness to pay premium prices. 

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The small 2023 harvest has left Spain with low stocks of all styles, especially white. But a normal-size crop this year should remedy the situation. Despite the shortages, red wine prices are still falling, thanks to poor demand.

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The Organisation of Vine & Wine’s recently-published ‘State of the World Vine & Wine Sector 2023’ report showed that the gains in global consumption made between the mid-1990s and the consumption peak in 2007 have since completely unwound – despite the global population having risen by 1.5bn in the meantime. 

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The slight decline in wine sales in the German grocery sector did not affect everyone equally – some segments experienced double-digit growth.

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Fabrizio Dosi steps up and succeeds Giovanni Geddes da Filicaja.

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The German Foreign Office has decided on its new recommended assortment. For the first time, embassies and consulates can also source non-alcoholic wines.

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The organisers of ProWein are undergoing a generational change in leadership.

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The Venetian region continues to thrive and introduces its new Riserva category. Following the success of the Superiore, the new designation aims to sit atop the quality pyramid.

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The packaging specialist Alpla, in collaboration with the Austrian winery Wegenstein, has developed a PET wine bottle.

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GWC takes over the exclusive distribution of Limnos Organic Wines.

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Freixenet and employee representatives have reached an agreement; short-time work will be implemented for the workforce in Catalonia.

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Craig Garvin will be temporarily replaced by Peter Perrin – a new CEO is currently being sought.

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The South of Brazil has been hit by torrential rains that have killed at least 90 people and displaced 155,000 more. Brazil’s vineyards are also badly damaged. Lucia Porto reports.

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As Russia increases barriers to imported wines, its government has moved to expropriate Ariant Group, the country’s largest domestic wine producer. Sergey Panov reports.

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