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James Wilmore

James WilmoreBiography

just-drinks' deputy editor began his journalism journey in 2003, cutting his teeth on a local newspaper in his native Essex. From here, he joined leading UK pub trade title The Publican, where he spent six happy years breaking exclusives, as well as winning a Britvic Business Journalist of the Year award and interviewing David Cameron, Nick Clegg and... Spandau Ballet's Tony Hadley (he owns a brewery).

After a year of freelancing covering the food and drink sector, James joined the good ship just-drinks in March 2012.

If he's not working or drinking, you'll usually spot him running. 

e: james.wilmore@just-drinks.com

Twitter: @jamescwilmore

Articles by James Wilmore

Accolade Wine came into being in 2011just Five Years Ago - The Birth of Accolade Wines 21 November 2014

Five years ago this month, Constellation Brands spoke publicly about its plans for its Australian wine business.

A-B InBev is re-organising its US business Anheuser-Busch InBev cuts jobs in US shake-up 20 November 2014

Anheuser-Busch InBev has confirmed that it is making an unspecified number of redundancies in its US business as it looks to improve “competitiveness”.

Diageo targets 'Millennial' women with new Baileys push - video 20 November 2014

Diageo has unveiled a new global ad campaign for Baileys brand aiming to “reignite” the brand and attract 'Millennial' women.

Dr Pepper Snapple Group has appointed a new board member Dr Pepper Snapple Group installs new board member, declares dividend 20 November 2014

Dr Pepper Snapple Group (DPSG) has appointed a new director to its board and declared its latest dividend.

TWE has ruled itself out for the 2015 London Wine Fair Exclusive - Treasury Wine Estates pulls out of London Wine Fair 2015 19 November 2014

Treasury Wine Estates (TWE) has confirmed to just-drinks that it will not be exhibiting at next year's London Wine Fair (LWF).

Treasury Wine Estates looks to sell wineries to help turnaround - reports 19 November 2014

The head of Treasury Wine Estates has indicated the company could sell off some of its wineries and bottling plants as its looks to return to profit.

Organisers hailed the success of the second year of ProWine China ProWine China sees visitor, exhibitor numbers up despite tough market 19 November 2014

The Chinese edition of the ProWine exhibition saw an 8% lift in visitors this year, while exhibitor numbers grew by 10%, organisers have said.

Opinion is divided over what the changes might mean UK pub companies claim more closures expected as 'beer tie' to end 19 November 2014

Pub-owning companies in the UK have warned of a higher rate of pub closures after MPs in the country voted for legislation that will effectively end the so-called 'beer tie'.

Next yearLondon Wine Fair positive on 2015 bookings 18 November 2014

London Wine Fair (LWF) organisers have said 83% of exhibitors that attended this year have already confirmed they will return to the event in 2015, but Treasury Wine Estates and Accolade Wines have yet to confirm their attendance.

China is Australian winejust the Facts - Australian wine in China 18 November 2014

Yesterday it emerged that China is to drop duty on imports of Australian wine after the two countries signed a new free trade agreement. Here is a quick breakdown of how Australian wine fares in China:

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