The search continues for improved sustainable alternatives to traditional wine bottles, and younger consumers are proving very receptive.
The average UK household throws away £355.68 worth of food each year, which adds up to a shocking £9.7 billion annually across the country.
It’s painfully ironic that, for a product we value above all for its diversity, most of us who sell wine in Britain look unfortunately similar.
If you’re hanging on to a rising balloon, you’re presented with a diffi cult decision — let go before it’s too late or hang on and keep getting higher, posing the question: how long can you keep a grip on the rope?”
Since lockdown began in March, the off-trade has absorbed around half the alcohol volume lost from the on-trade, compared to the same period last year.
At the end of May, news that Roger Ryman had died was met with an outpouring of shock and deep sadness.
A solitary tasting note sits on the shelf-edge of a promotional fixture.
It goes without saying that few sectors of the British economy will emerge unscathed from the current crisis, but brewing will undoubtedly suffer badly.
On Monday, March 23, independent merchants across the country faced an uncertain future.
In less than two months, wine communication has moved 100% online.
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