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A smooth re-opening of UK pubs, bars and restaurants following lockdown will mean on-trade wine sales volumes will be down nearly a third in 2020, so long as there is no second wave of the virus Come Saturday the 4th of July, there are likely…
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Does the way a restaurant sells wine need a makeover? Wine Intelligence’s eminence grise of the on-premise, Brian Howard, believes so. How does a restaurant grow its wine sales? Some grumbling diners might answer: “stop charging so much”.…
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Wine is struggling for attention in a UK restaurant sector experiencing a ‘perfect storm’ of adverse trading conditions There is no longer a simple decision regarding how to get food: go out or cook. Now, we have multiple other alternatives…
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