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Grape expectations: why are Bordeaux's red wines made with a mix of varieties?

Grape expectations: why are Bordeaux's red wines made with a mix of varieties?

The French region has five main red varieties and most wines are blends of all or some of them.

  • by Huon Hooke

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Cin cin! How to track down Italy's best sparkling wines
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Cin cin! How to track down Italy's best sparkling wines

So many of the famous, globally popular Italian wines have been bastardised in the name of increasing sales, but in their homeland it's a different story.

  • by Huon Hooke
Aussie winemakers aim to triple exports to $10b pushing into new markets
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Aussie winemakers aim to triple exports to $10b pushing into new markets

Australia's wine industry needs diversified export markets to lower the risks from global political tensions and changes in consumer demand, a new strategy paper for the next thirty years says.

  • by Darren Gray
Bubble and tweak: inside the champagne rebellion
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Bubble and tweak: inside the champagne rebellion

Independent growers are shaking things up, creating an artisanal product that is proving a hit with champagne lovers. Can they survive in a market long dominated by French conglomerates?

  • by Konrad Marshall
Will the bushfires affect the flavour of this year's locally produced wines?
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Will the bushfires affect the flavour of this year's locally produced wines?

The 2020 wine harvest will go down as the worst ever in terms of damage caused by bushfires.

  • by Huon Hooke
Winemakers warn of coronavirus hit after surge in China exports
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Winemakers warn of coronavirus hit after surge in China exports

As local winemakers toast another healthy lift in China exports, many fear the coronavirus could hit exports as a major trade show is postponed because of the crisis.

  • by Darren Gray
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Cheap wine leaves Treasury shareholders with a pounding headache
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Cheap wine leaves Treasury shareholders with a pounding headache

The massive earnings downgrade will cast a shadow on Michael Clarke's legacy as the winemaker's chief executive.

  • by Elizabeth Knight
Combative, transformative Clarke leaves pipeline of profit for next Treasury chief
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Combative, transformative Clarke leaves pipeline of profit for next Treasury chief

Treasury Wine Estates' Michael Clarke will retire next year but leave his successor options and opportunities that were inconceivable when he was appointed in 2014.

  • by Stephen Bartholomeusz
Investors dump Treasury Wine after CEO's shock departure
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Investors dump Treasury Wine after CEO's shock departure

Shares in the market darling have dived sharply on Monday in response to the announcement.

  • by Darren Gray
'Australia is a high taxing country': Treasury Wine boss justifies share sales
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'Australia is a high taxing country': Treasury Wine boss justifies share sales

Treasury Wine Estates boss Michael Clarke has described Australia as a high-taxing country as he defended millions of dollars of his Treasury share sales

  • by Darren Gray
Analysts confident in Treasury Wines despite share slump
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Analysts confident in Treasury Wines despite share slump

Shares in the winemaker slumped following a presentation to investors on Tuesday.

  • by Yan Zhuang