We are delighted to share a number of recent awards highlights with you, including several top medals for our agency producers in this year's Decanter World Wine Awards, as well as a special recognition for C&C Wines by the industry... Harpers Top 50 Drinks Wholesalers 2022 We are thrilled to have been placed at no. 29 in
Welcome to the team! We are excited to have welcomed two new members to the C&C wines team in the last couple of months as part of our ongoing expansion. You may have already had the chance to meet them in person or over the phone/email, but if not we are delighted to introduce you to them...
This month we asked our Portfolio Ambassador, Peter McCombie MW, to recommend his top wines from our portfolio for drinking this Christmas, which come from our agencies Nino Negri (Valtellina, Italy), Tenuta Sant’Antonio (Valpolicella, Italy) and Hentley Farm (Barossa Valley, Australia). He explains why they are such perfect choices at Christmas time, and picks the brains of their winemakers
We are all well aware of the challenges and obstacles to recovery that the wine industry has continued to endure throughout 2021, through a toxic combination of ongoing Covid restrictions, Brexit and supply chain issues. But exactly how have wine producers in Europe and beyond fared, and how are they adapting as a business in the face of these?
By C&C's Portfolio Ambassador, Peter McCombie MW Earlier this year the Consorzio of Chianti Classico agreed to a proposal to divide the historic wine region into 11 subzones, or official additional geographical units, named in Italian unità geografiche aggiuntive (UGAs). But what does this really mean, both for producers, their winemakers, and consumers? Our Portfolio Ambassador Peter McCombie MW
Founded in 1962, and named ‘Cooperative of the Year’ by Tim Atkin MW in his Rioja Special Report 2019 & 2021, Bodegas Sonsierra is the best-known producer in San Vincente de la Sonsierra, the most awarded wine producing town in Rioja and Spain. With over 1,500 vineyards, ranging from 400–750 metres above sea level, the winery either directly