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Pernod Ricard takes Melbourne Cup to the next level

Pernod Ricard takes Melbourne Cup to the next level



Pernod Ricard's Bryan Fry has big plans for Mumm champagne at this year's Melbourne Cup.

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Australian winemakers turn focus to Nordic market

Australian winemakers turn focus to Nordic market



The quality and diversity of Australian wine was celebrated at Wine Australia’s largest ever Nordic Roadshow, held in Finland, Denmark, Norway and Sweden earlier this month.

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Coopers celebrates as Carlsberg sales surge 24%

Coopers celebrates as Carlsberg sales surge 24%



Coopers chief executive Tim Cooper has revealed sales of its foreign beers are booming.

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Moët & Chandon breaks Guinness World Record at Sydney Opera House

Moët & Chandon breaks Guinness World Record at Sydney Opera House



Moët & Chandon, in partnership with Vintage Cellars, has broken the Guinness World Record for Largest Champagne Tasting at Sydney Opera House.

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Viv Thomson announced as 2017 Legend of the Vine Victoria

Viv Thomson announced as 2017 Legend of the Vine Victoria



Eric Vivian Thomson, fondly known as Viv among wine industry peers, was today announced Legend of the Vine Victoria at the annual WCA Melbourne Wine Show Awards Lunch.

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The Aussie suburb that drinks the most Champagne

The Aussie suburb that drinks the most Champagne



The latest sales data from Cellarmasters has shown the suburb that pops the most bottles of fizz is Mosman.

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The week

The week's top 10 drinks stories



TWE sold a vineyard and announced a new Italian brand; two wine identities fronted court; craft brewers launched a campaign to buy AB InBev; a grenache took out the Jimmy Watson Trophy and more.

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Winners announced for 2017 Wine Industry IMPACT Awards

Winners announced for 2017 Wine Industry IMPACT Awards



Ten visionary companies are celebrating after winning coveted 2017 National Wine Industry IMPACT Awards in Adelaide last night.

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Is this proof grenache has finally come of age?

Is this proof grenache has finally come of age?



Turkey Flat Vineyards Grenache has won the coveted Jimmy Watson Memorial Trophy at the 2017 Royal Melbourne Wine Awards.

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ABA says NT liquor review recommendations fail the evidence test

ABA says NT liquor review recommendations fail the evidence test



The NT review suggests scrapping the floor-size restrictions, banning alcohol advertising, capping the number of take away liquor outlets and setting a floor price for alcohol.

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TWE sells second winery to Seppeltsfield

TWE sells second winery to Seppeltsfield



Treasury Wine Estates has sold a second historic South Australian winery - Clare Valley's Quelltaler Estate - to Seppeltsfield Wines.

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IGA Liquor tops customer satisfaction ratings

IGA Liquor tops customer satisfaction ratings



IGA Liquor has beaten Dan Murphy's to the No.1 spot in the latest customer satisfaction survey from Roy Morgan.

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NT backs down on laws preventing Dan Murphy

NT backs down on laws preventing Dan Murphy's entering market



Dan Murphy's has triumphed in its battle to open a store in the Northern Territory.

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Australian wine exports to China up 56%

Australian wine exports to China up 56%



Wine Australia’s latest Export Report shows the value of exports to the Chinese mainland is up 56% to a record $739million.

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Penfolds unveils $3000 g3 Grange

Penfolds unveils $3000 g3 Grange



For the very first time, Penfolds has taken three vintages of seven years and given birth to the creation of g3 — a bold blend to represent the ever-growing Grange expression.

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Failed wine entrepreneur David James

Failed wine entrepreneur David James' legal battles take another ugly turn



Former James Estate owner David James is facing court after being arrested earlier this month.

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TWE reveals plans and profit outlook for 2018

TWE reveals plans and profit outlook for 2018



Treasury Wine Estates CEO Michael Clarke confirms 25% margin, his plans for a new Italian wine label and concerns about WET reforms at the company's annual general meeting.

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One of China

One of China's biggest winemakers & importers is up for sale



COFCO Wine & Wine - part of China Foods - is on the market as China's domestic wine market faces falling sales.

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Is the craft beer segment about to split?

Is the craft beer segment about to split?



Debate reignites over the definition of "craft" beer as the IBA distances itself from the term ... and big brewers.

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WCA panel discusses marketing challenges facing wine industry

WCA panel discusses marketing challenges facing wine industry



Wine Communicators of Australia's "Under the Influence" posed important questions to five experienced panellists to gauge the biggest changes and challenges facing the industry today.

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