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Daily Wine News 04/02/2020 21:08
Angullong Wines has released three new vintage wines from its ‘Fossil Hill’ range which primarily comprises emerging varieties. The new wines are the 2018 Barbera, 2018 Sangiovese and 2018 Tempranillo. The Angullong ‘Fossil Hill’ range of wines has steadily evolved over the past 15 years for Angullong. “The initial range comprised Sangiovese and Barbera,” said […]. .
Daily Wine News 04/02/2020 21:01
Banks are ready to start writing government-guaranteed loans for businesses affected by COVID-19. The Government on March 20 announced it had agreed to underwrite 80% of individual bank loans to eligible firms. This means that in the event of a default, 80% of the loss will be borne by the Government/taxpayers and 20% by the […]. .
Daily Wine News 04/01/2020 20:23
The Australian grape and wine industry welcomes the Australian Government’s JobKeeper Payment, which will help keep businesses afloat and keep people in rural and regional Australia in jobs. Australian Grape & Wine (AGW) chief executive, Tony Battaglene said “All grape and wine businesses around Australia adapting to swift and frequent changes brought on by COVID-19, […]. .
Daily Wine News 04/01/2020 20:20
Gartelmann Wines, in New South Wales, has released its 2016 ‘Georg’ Petit Verdot and 2016 ‘Phillip Alexander’ Cabernet Merlot, both with a number of years of maturation. The wines were made from grapes grown in Rylstone, an unofficial sub-region of Mudgee. Rylstone, with a population of only 650 people, sits between the meandering Cudgegon River […]. .
Daily Wine News 04/01/2020 20:19
The Ministry of Primary Industries in New Zealand found that a large wine producer in New Zealand is responsible for falsely blending wines, as well as mislabelling the vintage and origin of the wines. The wines do not pose any health risks but due to the damaging nature to the New Zealand wine industry, this […]. .
Daily Wine News 04/01/2020 20:12
South African drinks group Distell plans to consolidate its “core wine brands” and sell some of its “ultra-premium assets”. The company made the announcement on 30 March, saying that while it foresaw a future for its Nederburg, Durbanville Hills, Fleur du Cap, Zonnebloem, Chateau Libertas and Pongrácz brands in the wine portfolio, the Alto and […]. .
Daily Wine News 04/01/2020 20:08
As the wine industry struggles to right itself in a challenging economy, some of its lobbying associations are conducting surveys and seeking solutions. At least in California and Oregon—where many wineries have been hard hit by the fires in past years—this is an additional hurdle that won’t be easy to address in the short and […]. .

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