In the news: October
Getting green-energy credentials and a 150th birthday is just two of the celebrations that have been in the news recently. See what else has been taking up those column inches.
Imbibe’s top picks from Enotria&Coe’s Autumn tasting // Imbibe
Imbibe picked five wines from our recent Autumn/Winter tasting they found particularly impressive. Each are complemented with a brief history and tasting notes. Read the full article here.
Tour the Vineyard Behind Some of Australia’s Best Wines // Bloomberg
The release of Henschke Hill of Grace 2013 marks a significant anniversary for the Henschke family. They and their forbears have been growing vines on the Hill of Grace in the Eden Valley region of South Australia for 150 years. Their shiraz wines have acquired collectible status and the prices to match, with the 2013 currently selling for nearly £500. Tour the famous vineyards here.
Imbibe’s Drinks List of the Year 2018 finalists: The menus with the most // Imbibe
Imbibe: From single sheets to vast tomes and locked boxes to CD cases, our judges have seen it all this year. But finally, we can reveal the finalists for Imbibe’s Drinks List of the Year 2018, in association with Edrington-Beam Suntory. Read the full article here.
Enotria adds three agencies // Harpers
Harpers has reported on the three new additions to our portfolio: Chaffey Bros, Kir-Yiannai and Brancaia, who we have welcomed back with open arms. Read the full article here.
Wine merchant news: Enotria&Coe snaps up Australian, Greek and Italian wines // Imbibe
Imbibe also reports on the additions of Chaffey Bros, Kir-Yianni and Brancaia to our portfolio. Giving a brief background on the producers and their story. Read the full article here.
Department for International Trade
The Department for international trade tweeted to its 113k followers about Hattingley wines and their position in the market and helpfulness to the export trade. They also included a snippet of a video from Hattingley. See the tweet here.
VSPT Wine Group commits to producing wines using 100% renewable energy by 2021 // VSPT wine group
We are very excited to hear that VSPT Wine Group have committed to producing wines using 100% renewable energy by 2021. The expected power to be generated each month is equivalent to the average use of 1,844 homes, incredible! Read the full article here.