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20th May, 2019 by Edith Hancock The concept of food and wine pairing came under the spotlight recently when Tim Hanni MW publicly criticised the practice.The takeaway point is that the idea of matching one wine to one dish is a modern affectation.

Winemakers in California are venturing ever closer to the Pacific Ocean and up into the mountains in search of freshness Speaking to db during a recent trip to California, wine writer and educator Chukan Brown said this quest for freshness is a response to the over-exuberant, full-bodied style of reds being made in California in the 1990s.“There is an interest in getting as close to the coast and as high up the mountains as possible.

Neighbourhood and community drinks retailers are being urged to enter the 2020 Drinks Retailing Awards.The call came from the 2019 winner after the 2020 awards opened for entries this week.

The clock is ticking for independents to enter the 2020 Drinks Retailing Awards.Lea & Sandeman was Independent Wine Retailer of the Year in 2019 and head of buying and operations David Porter said: “It is a real pat on the back for every single member of staff.

3rd July, 2019 by Edith Hancock Brigid Simmonds, the chief executive of the British Beer and Pub Association, is resigning from her post after 10 years.The BBPA has not named a successor for Simmonds, but said the “search for a new chief executive is underway” in an emailed statement.

The closing date for the independent categories of the 2020 Drinks Retailing Awards is fast approaching.There are categories to suit every type and size of independent shop.

The deadline for independent retailers to enter the 2020 Drinks Retailing Awards is now only 11 days away.“For us, internally, it shows the team that the hard work they put in pays off.

7th August, 2019 by Lucy Shaw The ‘sober curious’ movement is gathering speed in America, with two thirds of millennials seeking to lower their alcohol consumption, according to new Nieslen data.In the on-trade, no and low-alcohol beer is the fifth-fastest growing beer type in the US, and has a total value of US$77 million, according to Nielsen.

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6th September, 2019 by Rupert Millar Philippe Fémel, the director of Champagne house Chanoine Frères, was killed yesterday afternoon in Reims after being hit by a car.Philippe Fémel, the director of Champagne house Chanoine Frères, was killed yesterday afternoon after being hit by a car.
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