Wined Up Weekly presents all the news from the world of wine, once a week, to keep you up-to-date with everything that's happening in wine.
The Week in Wine - 5 May 2021
Australian wine sales fall in China - Global sparkling wine producer Henkell Freixenet sales fall - Vinexpo announces new wine and spirits shows in new York - Taylor's launches first port and tonic can - And, as ever, our Wine of the Week: Not Sancerre but Quincy!
The Week in Wine - 28 April 2021
News from the UK after lockdown is eased: Sparkling Wine sales surge; Pubs recover, but fear running out of beer - Wine consumption continues to decrease globally - French nuns selling 9,000 bottles of their rosé by Monday midnight - And, as ever, our Wine of the Week: Domaine Cheveau "Le Clos" Mâcon-Chaîntré 2018
The Week in Wine - 21 April 2021
More news on the frost that hit France and Italy: French industry could lose €2bn euros but government aid a possibility - Small New Zealand harvest causing supply issues - Pink Prosecco: A rising new category - Latest news on tariffs, with a proposed six month suspension between the US and the EU - And, as ever, our Wine of the Week: Domaine Leflaive Chevalier-Montrachet 2013!
The Week in Wine - 14 April 2021
Covid news: UK partly reopens; French scandal in illegal dining; Sam Adams to give a free pint to vaccinated drinkers - Constellation Brands turns a profit despite Covid - Bollinger buys Ponzi Vineyards in Oregon - Severe weather in Europe as vineyards hit by spring frost - Wine of the Week: Darling North Coast Syrah 2019
The Week in Wine - 7 April 2021
Vinexpo Paris cancelled; next event will be in February 2022 - Delhi government lowers legal drinking age to 21 - US importers struggling due to tariffs, Covid, and demand - Wine of the Week: Château Moulin-à-Vent "Couvent des Thorins" Moulin-à-Vent 2018
And here's the link to the recording of the webinar, "Crafting World-Class Cabernet" we discuss on the pod during our review of our week in wine: https://vimeo.com/531927170. Featuring Jaime Araujo (Accendo Cellars), Jeff Andrews and Ray McKee (Trothe), Virginia Willcok (Vasse Felix), moderated by Erik Segelbaum. Worth checking out!
The Week in Wine - 31 March 2021
Latest sales figures: Sparkling wine sales down in 2020; but Barefoot sees 32% sales rise in the UK; Concho y Toro also see sales increase - Update on Brexit bureaucracy - Exciting news on wine labels from Jumilla in Spain and Champagne Palmer! - Wine of the Week - Trothe Cabernet Sauvignon 2018 from Horse Heaven Hills in Washington State And here’s the link to the “Crafting World-Class Cabernet” webinar we mentioned on the pod: https://bit.ly/register-crafting-world-class-cabernet — Wednesday 31 March at 4pm Pacific Time!
Perfect for MW Studies
I am so glad to have stumbled across a wine news podcast by my friends Katie & Matt. They are a truly reliable source for all the important things happening in the wine and drinks industry. This is going to help me greatly in my exam this year! Cheers! 🥂
A rapid bolus of worldwide news
A quick and wide ranging weekly summary of the corporate world of wine, beer and spirits with an unabashed emphasis on wine. As coronavirus races around the world, they employ a natural curiosity to examine the effect of the pandemic on sales and marketing of alcoholic drinks. A local focus on the impact of California fires is juxtaposed to the effect of the alcohol ban in South Africa on the wine industry there. Their traditional coda featuring ‘the wine of the week’ may leave you thirsty for something more than coffee on your podcast laden morning commute.
Solid updates from highly experienced pros
From straight up “Driving Miss Daisy”ing Jancis Robinson, to an in-depth wine marketeer/traveler with cutting edge insight, this duo gives solid updates on the world of beverage hospitality. A little scripted hokiness at times, but if my wife and I were this cool we would be too. I’ve also listened to every episode of Matthew’s World of Wine and and Drink 🙊. Solid podcast. Keep up the great work Matthew and Katie.