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Bordeaux 2016: What merchants are saying about price | Decanter

Bordeaux 2016: What merchants are saying about price | Decanter

Bordeaux 2016 barrel samples have yet to be properly tasted by critics, including Decanter’s Jane Anson, yet the pricing debate has started early. Presenting 2016 as an opportunity to build confidence and a ‘new dawn’, Liv-ex said pricing decisions in Bordeaux should be less ‘opaque’ and take better account of stock in the secondary market. […]

Minimum pricing among new alcohol laws facing wine lovers | The Irish Times

Minimum pricing among new alcohol laws facing wine lovers | The Irish Times

The Public Health (Alcohol) Bill currently working its way through the Oireachtas could have profound effects on the way we drink. Minimum pricing makes some sense to me, although a ban on below-cost selling might be more effective. However, we already have some of the most expensive alcohol in Europe, so obviously price alone will […]

Alit is taking the mystery out of wine pricing and making the good stuff cheaper | Quartz

Alit is taking the mystery out of wine pricing and making the good stuff cheaper | Quartz

Alit’s Pinot Noir is still more than double the average price for wine purchased in the US—even if it’s relatively inexpensive for a French oak-aged Pinot from Willamette Valley. But Tarlov is telling customers the investment is directly reflected in the product. “Making people understand that responsible farming and responsible winemaking actually finds itself into […]

Minimum unit pricing will reduce alcohol-related deaths | Irish Medical Times

Minimum unit pricing will reduce alcohol-related deaths | Irish Medical Times

Most low-cost alcohol (purchased below €1 per standard drink) was purchased in supermarkets The introduction of minimum unit pricing (MUP) for alcohol in Ireland is likely to target those suffering the greatest harm and reduce alcohol-related mortality, a new study has found. The first Irish study to investigate the potential impact of an MUP for […]

Half of alcohol in stores not meeting minimum pricing limit | STV News

Half of alcohol in stores not meeting minimum pricing limit | STV News

At least half of alcohol sold in Scotland does not meet the impending minimum pricing legislation, figures show. More than two-thirds (69%) of the volume of spirits currently sold is below the 50p per unit threshold. Analysts Nielsen, who looked at till sales data in almost 1,200 Scottish stores, published the findings on Monday. More […]

Wine could win big if minimum unit pricing is implemented | Off Licence News

Wine could win big if minimum unit pricing is implemented | Off Licence News

Research by Nielsen, which analysed EPOS till roll data in almost 1,200 stores, has found that at least 50% of alcohol sold in Scotland doesn’t meet the impending minimum price legislation. Spirits would be the most impacted as 69% of volume currently sold is below the 50p per unit threshold. Beer comes next, with 67% […]

Cross-border carry oot warning with new alcohol pricing law set to see Scots make booze runs south | Daily Record

Cross-border carry oot warning with new alcohol pricing law set to see Scots make booze runs south | Daily Record

MSPs have been warned Scottish drinkers will embark on cheap booze runs to England if impending pricing legislation goes ahead. At least half of the alcohol sold in Scotland will fall foul of the plans to raise the minimum price of beers, ciders and spirits, figures show. Casual wine drinkers are unlikely to be hit […]

The Wine List: We name and shame the worst mark-ups in London restaurants | The Spectator

The Wine List: We name and shame the worst mark-ups in London restaurants | The Spectator

London restaurants have never had a wider range of wines from every imaginable part of the globe — China, Serbia and even Canada all have a vinous presence. There is no shortage of classic wine lists either, laden with Bordeaux, Rhone and Burgundy from great vintages, all combining to make London the world’s wine Mecca. […]

Napa Cabernet Sauvignon Wine Vs Grape Pricing | VinSights

Napa Cabernet Sauvignon Wine Vs Grape Pricing | VinSights

Since Cabernet Sauvignon is the dominant variety in Napa, let’s focus on the economics of its production and pricing. For a winery to experience a reasonable profit, grape costs should not exceed 25% of the wine’s selling price. As a consequence, the tonnage grape to retail bottle price ratio should range from 100 for lower […]

Food & Wine Classic: Adapting to a changing industry | AspenTimes.com

Food & Wine Classic: Adapting to a changing industry | AspenTimes.com

The topic of dynamic pricing was something panelists struggled with as it relates to authenticity. Dynamic pricing — meaning prices rise and fall along with peak times or days of the week, much like airlines and hotels do — is a hard pill to swallow for restaurants with relatively fixed costs. How do you sell […]