E. Gallo, the world's largest wine producer, is buying only half as much wine this year as last year from one of Napa Valley's largest wineries, forcing the winery to market its surplus wines directly to customers for the first time in 25 years.Gallo no longer is buying white wine from the Napa Valley Cooperative Winery, which represents about 20 percent of Napa's wine industry.
Filmed/EditedLeandro FischerStaying put isn't the 24 Kilates way of life. We need to move forward, look for new challenges and join forces with the best brands in the World. A good example of this policy is the launch of the Tio Pepe exclusive pack. As many of you would know already, Tio Pepe is the leading brand in the Fino (sherry wine) market among the planet and it adds to our Asics gel Saga a classy and very Spanish touch. 24 Kilates and Tio Pepe offers in store exclusive only 60 packs…
So naturally what I mean by that title is,that much, if not most, of the wine from Beaujolais is wonderful stuff marred by the phenomenon that is Beaujolais Nouveau. The marketing concept of producing wines in a blaze of forced glory, and using techniques that make the wine a shadow of it's self, has propelled this particular wine to the tops of recognition, if the bottom of appreciation.... http://www.snooth.com/articles/beaujolais-it-aint-all-nouveau/
The te Pa team was in full force at the NZ Wine Fair in San Francisco in late April, and it was our absolute pleasure to taking our wine range to this popular and exciting market. #sanfran #nzwine #winetime #USA #winelovers #nz #wine
Though “millennials are substantially impacting the growth of the entire wine category,” baby boomers are still a larger force. “Probably 50% of the market is still dominated by people 50 years and older."