Trade Diary

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New York State of Wine: Webinar Series Episode 2 – 21st October


Please do join us for the next episode of the New York State of Wine webinar series, focused on the history of New York’s grape growing and winemaking traditions. This second episode of the webinar series is focused on the rich history of grape growing and winemaking in New York State. Felicity Carter of Meininger’s Wine Business International will host a panel of …

Bordeaux Briefing


The CIVB (Bordeaux Wine Council) is delighted to invite the UK trade to its annual trade briefing which is being held virtually for the very first time The Bordeaux Briefing will be hosted by Allan Sichel, Vice President of the CIVB, who will share the latest news from Bordeaux and an update on the 2020 …

Wine Australia Webinar – Tasmanian Pinot Noir

Tasmania is one of Australia’s finest cool climate wine regions. The climate is cool by latitude, not altitude, and the weather is highly variable. The island is buffeted by winds from all directions, and battles with rain and frosts. From third-generation stalwarts to first-generation pioneers, Tasmania’s winemakers are embracing the region’s cool climate and expressing the unique character and …

Wine Australia Webinar – Rutherglen Muscat

Online Webinar

Carefully crafted from over 100 years of rare stocks, family secrets and skills, Rutherglen’s fortified wines are uniquely Australian and among the best in the world. Explore the classifications of Muscat (Rutherglen, Classic, Grand and Rare) and the wineries’ house styles. Hear from producers with stocks of Muscat that have been handed down through three, …

Burgundy 2019 En Primeur – Côte de Beaune Webinar


Join us for a live session on zoom to discuss the 2019 vintage with three great estates from the Côte de Beaune: Caroline Lestimé from Jean-Noel Gagnard, Guillaume Lavollée from Génot-Boulanger, Stéphane Follin-Arbelet from Château de Meursault. Please register online at

Webinar – Australian and New Zealand Chardonnay


As well as fine wine, great food and stunning scenery, there’s something else that connects Australia and New Zealand: the cold Southern Ocean, also known as the Antarctic Ocean. Explore the cooling influence of the ocean and learn more about fresh, elegant cool climate Chardonnays from Australia’s Mornington Peninsula, Geelong and Tasmania and New Zealand’s …