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  • Wine Australia suspends wine export licence
    by Chloe Szentpeteri on July 20, 2018 at 1:07 am

    The Board of Wine Australia has suspended the licence to export grape products from Australia held by Dalefold Wines (Australia) Pty Ltd with immediate effect and until further notice.   While the suspension remains in place, Dalefold Wines may not export wine from Australia.   Wine Australia is seeking further information from Dalefold Wines before […] The post Wine Australia suspends wine export licence appeared first on Winetitles. […]

  • The local meaning behind Brad Ebert and Tom Jonas’ wine label
    by Chloe Szentpeteri on July 20, 2018 at 1:06 am

    Port Adelaide stars Brad Ebert and Tom Jonas have launched their own wine label with typical South Aussie flair. Hey Diddle is a collaboration with Tomfoolery Wines’ Ben Chipman and Toby Yap, the Shiraz their first release from Barossa grapes. Source, Hit 107 The post The local meaning behind Brad Ebert and Tom Jonas’ wine label appeared first on Winetitles. […]

  • Bathurst chips in for National Cool Climate Wine Show’s 20th anniversary
    by Chloe Szentpeteri on July 20, 2018 at 1:05 am

    Now, in its 20th year the show was started by the Bathurst Regional Vignerons Association to benefit, promote and provide world class feedback for Australia’s cool climate wine growers. Source, Western Advocate The post Bathurst chips in for National Cool Climate Wine Show’s 20th anniversary appeared first on Winetitles. […]

  • Do pets dictate your wine tastes?
    by Chloe Szentpeteri on July 20, 2018 at 1:05 am

    According to a recent survey of over 1700 pet owners by wine retailer Cellarmasters, cat owners drink more than double the amount of sparkling wine than dog owners, while pooch pals prefer to drink big red wines like Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon. Source, Cessnock Advertiser The post Do pets dictate your wine tastes? appeared first on Winetitles. […]

  • Let’s stick together
    by Chloe Szentpeteri on July 20, 2018 at 1:04 am

    Bumper stickers are back to keep South Australia phylloxera free. Following the success of the original bumper sticker campaign by the Phylloxera Board about 20 years ago to raise awareness about the potentially devastating effects of phylloxera to the wine industry, Vinehealth Australia has done it again. Source, Riverland Wine The post Let’s stick together appeared first on Winetitles. […]

  • Pop-up vineyard found in London train station
    by Chloe Szentpeteri on July 20, 2018 at 1:03 am

    The popup is made up of 75 feet of living vines and is similar to the Brancott Estate vineyards grown in Marlborough, New Zealand. With 50 separate vines, standing at over seven feet tall each, it’ll be hard to miss for commuters who will be offered the zesty wine with notes of melon and passionfruit. […] The post Pop-up vineyard found in London train station appeared first on Winetitles. […]

  • Californian producers bullish about 2018 vintage
    by Chloe Szentpeteri on July 20, 2018 at 1:02 am

    Californian producers are quietly confident that this year’s vintage will be above average, with a predicted crop size of between 4m to 4.24m tonnes according to the Allied Grape Growers cooperative. Winemakers are also happy with their crop in terms of size and condition to date. Source, VINEX Market IQ The post Californian producers bullish about 2018 vintage appeared first on Winetitles. […]

  • Here are the latest Bordeaux vineyard prices
    by Chloe Szentpeteri on July 20, 2018 at 1:02 am

    Vineyard buyouts reached a 25-year high in France in 2017, according to the latest figures from France’s land agency. Here is what has been happening to prices in Bordeaux… Source, Decanter The post Here are the latest Bordeaux vineyard prices appeared first on Winetitles. […]

  • Investing in fine wine is more lucrative than ever
    by Chloe Szentpeteri on July 20, 2018 at 1:01 am

    Buying rare wines is like investing in a start-up: You need ten years of runway to see significant returns. But unlike a start-up, wine is a lot more lucrative these days. Source, Bloomberg The post Investing in fine wine is more lucrative than ever appeared first on Winetitles. […]

  • Haut-Brion ’89 leads this year’s wine trading
    by Chloe Szentpeteri on July 20, 2018 at 1:00 am

    Having recently revealed the most-searched for wines on its platform, Liv-ex has now revealed which individual wines have seen the most trade by value in 2018. The majority of the labels are Bordeaux as one might expect and a good deal come from the 2015 vintage, again unsurprising as the wines became physical earlier this year which often […] The post Haut-Brion ’89 leads this year’s wine trading appeared first on Winetitles. […]