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Australia - the wine to watch in China in 2019

Australia's wine producers will be looking forward to 2019, as wine tariff rates in China, the industry's largest export market, hit the max...

South African wine gets serious in China

Of all the statistics bandied around at the Cape Wine exhibition in Cape Town earlier this month, one in particular stood out: 37% of South...

Andy Morton | 16 Oct 2018

Change happens slowly in the Global Travel Retail channel. At this month's Tax Free World Association exhibition in Cannes, delegates were still discussing the same problems as two years ago - how to make money in a channel squeezed by the landlord/retailer/supplier model. The difference is, however, that two years ago, because of a backdrop of declining sales, there was a hardened sense in Cannes that "something needs to be done". This year, no such urgency exists. Global Travel Retail - right now - looks in pretty good shape.

Nigel Huddleston | 7 Sep 2018

In mid-August, Treasury Wine Estates released its full-year results for fiscal-2018. The group saw its sales in the 12 months to the end of June rise in organic terms on the year-prior by almost 2%. Here, just-drinks considers TWE's performance over the past five years.

Olly Wehring | 31 Jan 2018

At the end of January, Treasury Wine Estates reported its results for the six months to the end of December, with sales rising by 1.2% on a 1.6% dip in volumes. Here, just-drinks looks at the group's first-half performance on a regional basis.

Ben Cooper | 12 Dec 2017

As the year draws to a close, just-drinks takes a look back at the stories that have made the headlines across the global drinks industry over the last 12 months. In this, the third in our four-part category review, Ben Cooper considers how 2017 has treated the wine sector.

Latest Interviews

Olly Wehring | 15 Feb 2017

Earlier this week, Treasury Wine Estates released its results for the first six months of fiscal-2017. Following the announcement, just-drinks spoke to CEO Michael Clarke and, in this, the second part of our interview, we discuss the performances of TWE's regions and ask Clarke what he has brought to the group since he joined, three years ago.

Olly Wehring | 14 Feb 2017

Earlier today, Treasury Wine Estates reported another strong set of figures, with half-year sales jumping by almost a quarter and net profits more-than-doubling. Following the release of the results, just-drinks spoke to CEO Michael Clarke about the numbers, and how he has managed to turn around a company that less than three years ago took an impairment charge of almost US$250m.

Latest News

Olly Wehring | 7 Dec 2018

Treasury Wine Estates has promoted internally for a new GM of its Global Travel Retail operations.

Olly Wehring | 18 Oct 2018

Treasury Wine Estates has upped its focus on the wine markets of Asia, with MD of Europe Tom King moving to assume the role of chief operating officer for the region.

Andy Morton | 20 Sep 2018

Treasury Wine Estates is looking to "demystify" Italian wine for younger consumers with the launch of its newest range in the coming months. Cavaliere d'Oro will initially roll out in the US early next year ahead of a wider release.

Olly Wehring | 16 Aug 2018

A decline in sales in the Americas region for Treasury Wine Estates has failed to prevent the group posting top-line growth in its latest fiscal full-year.

Richard Woodard | 23 Jul 2018

Wine Australia has suspended the export licence held by Dalefold Wines (Australia).

Andy Morton | 16 Jul 2018

Treasury Wine Estates has unveiled new packaging for its Lindeman's Bins range, using artwork from Australian artist David Bromley.

Andy Morton | 3 Jul 2018

Treasury Wine Estates is opening up its Penfolds brand to the world with new bottlings that include a bajiu-infused Shiraz and a Champagne.

Andy Morton | 15 Jun 2018

Pernod Ricard has played down reports claiming that its wines have been delayed at Chinese ports as part of wider pressure on Australian imports.

Lucy Britner | 27 Apr 2018

Treasury Wine Estates has added two new wines to its 19 Crimes brand.

Olly Wehring | 26 Apr 2018

Treasury Wine Estates has confirmed the recent departure of its CMO, Simon Marton.

Andy Morton | 13 Apr 2018

The head of Accolade's UK arm has warned that the country's wine industry needs to up its game to remain an attractive destination for wine volumes compared to fast-growing Asian markets.

Olly Wehring | 13 Apr 2018

Treasury Wine Estates has looked internally for its next CFO, with current incumbent Gunther Burghardt set to head up operations across the Americas.

Lucy Britner | 4 Apr 2018

New regulations came into force this week giving Wine Australia greater scope to protect the reputation of the country's wines. 

Andy Morton | 22 Mar 2018

Treasury Wine Estates has bought 283 hectares of vineyard in Australia's Coonawarra region to feed global demand for its wines.

Andy Morton | 7 Mar 2018

Treasury Wine Estates is hoping that the launch of a new rosé under its Blossom Hill brand will entice European sparkling wine drinkers back into the still category.

Andy Morton | 16 Feb 2018

Treasury Wine Estates has filed a lawsuit against Australian wine operator Rush Rich for allegedly selling "copycat" Penfolds wine.

Olly Wehring | 31 Jan 2018

Treasury Wine Estates has pronounced the integration of the recently-purchased Diageo wine assets as complete, with the group's sales in the first half of fiscal-2018 inching up on slowing volumes.

Olly Wehring | 31 Jan 2018

Treasury Wine Estates has embarked on an overhaul of its distribution agreements in 15 "key states" in the US.

Lucy Britner | 30 Jan 2018

Treasury Wine Estates will bring back limited-edition labels for its Wolf Blass brand as it looks to appeal to rugby fans in the UK market.

Olly Wehring | 23 Jan 2018

Accolade Wines has followed 2016’s purchase of Fine Wine Partners from Lion with the launch of the division in the UK & Ireland.

Olly Wehring | 12 Jan 2018

Treasury Wine Estates has unveiled a two-strong wine range for the US, named after the television drama The Walking Dead.

Lucy Britner | 7 Dec 2017

Treasury Wine Estates has agreed to sell its Baileys of Glenrowan winery assets to Yellow Tail owner Casella Family Brands.

Latest blogs

Andy Morton | 16 Jul 2015

After a 2014 it'll want to forget, Treasury Wine Estates has some good news.

Olly Wehring | 18 Nov 2014

Here's a round-up of the big stories on just-drinks last week, featuring Carlsberg, SABMiller, Campari, Monster Beverage Corp and the Australian wine industry.

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