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Perhaps it is now not Brexit itself that is the biggest danger to the wine category’s fortunes in the UK, but the economic consequences of a political system that has hit the self-destruct button In the prolonged agony of the UK’s…
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Proposed government legislation would make alcohol even more expensive in Ireland. Could this actually be good news for the wine category? In Ireland, you’re never far from a good drink and a good philosophical debate, as any visitor…
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