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Treasury Wine Estates' on-premise Coastal Reserve - Product Launch

4 May 2021

Treasury Wine Estates has launched a sustainable wine range that is only available in the on-premise.

Pernod Ricard in year-to-date fiscal-2021 - results preview

20 Apr 2021

On Thursday, Pernod Ricard will announce the results from the first nine months of its fiscal-2021. The numbers, to the end of March, have as their base a 3.9% sales decline from the six months to the end of December. Here's a look at the news that is likely to have shaped Pernod's performance in its Q3 reporting period.

Treasury Wine Estates readies Blossom Hill packaging revamp

15 Apr 2021

Treasury Wine Estates is to launch new packaging for the Blossom Hill brand.

Treasury Wine Estates recruits NBA's Ben Simmons for latest Penfolds collection in US

31 Mar 2021

Treasury Wine Estates has signed NBA star Ben Simmons as an ambassador for its Penfolds wine brand.

Australia bids farewell to China as wine tariffs time frame set

29 Mar 2021

Authorities in China have firmed up their stance on Australian wine imports, setting a time frame of five years for recently-introduced tariffs.

Stoli Group sets up Agave Brands, recruits Treasury Wine Estates executive as lead

29 Mar 2021

Stoli Group has poached Doug Altmeyer from Treasury Wine Estates to head up what the company has termed its 'Agave Brands' operations.

Why alcohol's tobacco comparisons have returned, why less could be more for brand owners and why grape & grain team-up is back on the agenda - The just-drinks Analyst

17 Mar 2021

Returning for his latest, monthly look at the drinks industry is ex-beverages analyst Ian Shackleton. On Ian's radar is the rise of ESG as an investor's priority, the risk facing brand owners if they spread themselves too thinly and the likelihood - or otherwise - of a return to combining wine with spirits in one company.

Accolade Wines digs deeper into Barossa with Rolf Binder Wines buy

17 Mar 2021

Accolade Wines has bought another South Australian vineyard through the purchase of Barossa's Rolf Binder Wines.

Treasury Wine Estates makes US offload to The Wine Group - But, who is The Wine Group? - analysis

11 Mar 2021

For some readers, yesterday's news regarding Treasury Wine Estates selling off a chunk of its value wines might have raised some eyebrows. 

Why Treasury Wine Estates' woes don't equate to a Pernod Ricard purchase - comment

10 Mar 2021

As subscribers to just-drinks, you don't pay the big bucks for Ctrl+C content. The temptation to do just that today, however, has been great. This week's speculation linking Pernod Ricard to a move for Treasury Wine Estates represents a walk down Memory Lane, with similar noises having been made as far back as 2014.

Pernod Ricard linked to Treasury Wine Estates move - again

10 Mar 2021

Pernod Ricard has declined to comment on the most recent set of reports linking the wine and spirits group to a move for Treasury Wine Estates.

Treasury Wine Estates' 19 Crimes The Deported coffee-infused red wine - Product Launch

1 Mar 2021

Treasury Wine Estates has launched a red wine infused with coffee in the UK.

Treasury Wine Estates European MD Michelle Brampton lines up exit

22 Feb 2021

The European MD for Treasury Wine Estates, Michelle Brampton, is to leave after 19 years with the company.

Treasury Wine Estates prepares for life without China as half-year sales dip - results data

17 Feb 2021

Treasury Wine Estates is preparing to factor China's wine market out of the equation as recently-introduced tariffs pulled on improving sales in the second half of 2020.

Treasury Wine Estates unveils California Collection in Penfolds first

17 Feb 2021

Treasury Wine Estates has launched the first Penfolds wines to use Californian grapes.

Treasury Wine Estates in H2 2020 - results preview

15 Feb 2021

On Wednesday, Treasury Wine Estates will announce its fiscal half-year results - the six months to the end of December. Back in August, the group posted a 9.3% decline in sales from fiscal-2020, as the pandemic put the brakes on the first half's flat top-line performance. Fast forward to November, and Treasury reported a 6.4% fall in the first quarter of the current fiscal year. Here's a look at the news that is likely to have shaped TWE's performance in the six months to the end of December.

Australia's wine struggles - First came COVID, then came China - comment

4 Feb 2021

International trade disputes are 'two-a-penny' at the moment and have become a fact of life for brand owners in most beverage categories. Australian wine brand owners, however, appear to have things tougher than most, as the country's authorities are in Beijing's sights. Category commentator Chris Losh surveys the wreckage of this particular perfect storm.

Australian wine pays price for China tariffs as December exports collapse - data

3 Feb 2021

Australian wine exports to China dropped to near zero in December as new tariffs cut off trade channels to the important East Asian market.

What's coming up in wine in 2021? - Predictions for the Year Ahead - comment

7 Jan 2021

This month, our category commentators are lining up to share with us their thoughts on how 2021 will shape their respective sectors. Here's our wine expert, Chris Losh, with his take on the year ahead.

The wine category in 2020 - just-drinks' Review of the Year, Part IV - FREE TO ACCESS

17 Dec 2020

As the end of the year approaches, just-drinks takes an in-depth look at the stories that made the headlines in 2020 across the global drinks industry. In part IV, Ben Cooper picks out the highs and the lows for the global wine category.

The biggest interviews of the year - just-drinks' review of 2020 - FREE TO ACCESS

11 Dec 2020

With the end of the year looming, we take a look back at 2020. Here's a rundown of the ten biggest interviews to appear on just-drinks in the last 12 months.

Treasury Wine Estates may use Chinese grapes to cushion tariff blow amid warning of market collapse

30 Nov 2020

Treasury Wine Estates is to consider sourcing grapes from China, among other substantial changes, as the group attempts to mitigate the effects of recently-announced Chinese import taxes on Australian wine.

Tariffs risk reversing Australian wine's hard-won China wins - comment

27 Nov 2020

Earlier today, China's Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) advanced an on-going anti-dumping investigation into Australian wine with the announcement that, from tomorrow, bottled imports from the country will face preliminary tariffs of as much as 217%. Comments from the Australian wine industry that this was a disappointing outcome were, to say the least, an understatement.

China slaps import tariffs on Australian bottled wine in anti-dumping probe

27 Nov 2020

The Australian wine industry has reacted with disappointment to China's implementation of substantial trade tariffs on bottled wine imports from the country. H1 sales soar as consumers subscribe to online delivery trends

24 Nov 2020

US e-commerce platform more than tripled sales in its fiscal first half in yet another sign of the shift to online sales.

Wolf Blass marketing push returns to the UK - video

19 Nov 2020

Treasury Wine Estates has added the Red Label series of wines from Wolf Blass to the latest version of the brand's recent UK marketing activation.

"China is certainly a worry" - just-drinks speaks to Treasury Wine Estates CEO Tim Ford

5 Nov 2020

Earlier today, Treasury Wine Estates held its AGM. just-drinks took the opportunity to catch up with group CEO Tim Ford to learn more about the latest news out of China and Ford's recent transition into the role, vacated by Mike Clarke earlier this year.

Treasury Wine Estates updates on Q1, China imports row and Penfolds demerger plans

5 Nov 2020

Treasury Wine Estates has provided an update on its recent performance while flagging the potential for turbulence in China over the coming weeks.

Treasury Wine Estates "has not had notification" from China on reported Australian trade block

4 Nov 2020

Treasury Wine Estates has said it has not been told by Chinese authorities that Australian wine imports into the country have been blocked.

Treasury Wine Estates responds to stockpiling with 19 Crimes bag-in-box

19 Oct 2020

Treasury Wine Estates has launched a 1.5-litre bag-in-box pack of 19 Crimes in the UK as consumers look for bigger-volume formats.





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