10 trends for 2019
Square wine bottles and the Brexit effect are among the developments to watch out for this year
Twenty days into a new year and the wine and spirits world has rolled up its sleeves in preparation for a marathon year of developments. Here are our early thoughts and predictions for 2019.
I placed this trend in the number two slot last year and it out-performed everything. In Ireland today, over half a dozen new distilleries are racing to completion. Gin is flowing far better than the Blessington waterworks and no, we have not...
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