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Wednesday, 25 August 2010 09:40
 

New figures reveal increase in average price paid per bottle - but most still goes to the Government

In April this year we found that only around 40p of the average bottle of wine is actually paying for the wine in the bottle and asked where the rest of the money goes. We also found that the average price paid for a bottle of wine is £4.32. New figures show that the average price has crept up to £4.37.

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Monday, 09 August 2010 12:40
 

Bordeaux harnesses the power of iPhone

Decanter magazine today reported that Bordeaux is launching an iPhone application which will use photo recognition technology to provide users with information about the wine.

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Sunday, 08 August 2010 17:10
 

Tim Atkin highlights the power of technology for wine industry

Tim Atkin, MW and writer for The Times (among other accolades) gives a hard-hitting wake up call regarding the use of the internet within the wine industry - in particular the use of social media sites like Facebook and Twitter.

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Monday, 28 June 2010 07:53
 

Bring Your Own bottle to leading London restaurants

A new club enables you to take your own bottle when you dine at participating restaurants, and pay little or no corkage. The club, created by Khadine and Christopher Rose in partnership with UK high street chain Nicolas, will cost £99 per year, but can quickly result in massive savings to diners.

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Tuesday, 08 June 2010 17:08
 

US invests a further $1.75m to fight grape moth

The war against the European grapevine moth (aka Lobesia botrana) shifted up a gear today, with the United States Department of Agriculture declaring it was investing an additional $1.75m to fight it. In order to avoid a tragedy reminiscent of France's Phylloxera outbreak in the 1850s, the US government has vowed to “respond quickly and effectively to protect California’s grape and wine industries”.

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