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This week in spirits & wine, featuring the Brexit disaster for wine, Jack Daniel's Tennessee Fire's on-premise struggles and Treasury Wine Estates' US wine brand dump

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Here's a round-up of this week's top stories in the spirits & wine categories. We also have similar round-ups for beer & cider and soft drinks & water.

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?Pernod Ricard has announced the sixth city for its Our/Vodka project.

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Brown-Forman's Jack Daniel's Tennessee Fire brand continues to see declines in the off-premise, according to the latest Nielsen figures published by Cowen & Co.

Tiger Paw Beverages, a US spirits maker sued by Jimi Hendrix's estate, has won the right to continue producing its Purple Haze Liqueur.

The UK's referendum rejection of the European Union is bad news for the wine trade, the UK and the EU itself, argues Chris Losh as he pores over the entrails of a slaughtered sacred cow in search of enlightenment.

In a note released today, analysts at Rabobank have outlined the possible repercussions on each of the major drinks categories of the UK's decision to leave the EU. Here, just-drinks summarises the financial services company's findings:

Treasury Wine Estates (TWE) has sold 12 US wine brands as it continues to strip down the portfolio bought from Diageo earlier this year.

The UK's exit from the European Union could further impact Australia, according to the Winemakers' Federation of Australia (WFA).

Earlier today, Rabobank released a report on what it predicts will be the effects on global beverage companies of the UK's exit from the European Union. Here, just-drinks looks at what the financial group believes are the alternatives facing companies looking to mitigate the effects of last month's referendum.

A number of emerging markets offer "tantalising and lucrative" growth prospects for international beverage businesses, according to a new report from just-drinks.


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