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Giles Cadman is Chairman of The Cadman Capital Group, a group of cohesive, complementary companies, operating in the international trade, retail, leisure and investment markets.

PUBLISHER_VIEWINGBY_DATE December of 2013 (Clear Filter)

Climate to Help UK Wine

Date: December 16, 2013 Categories: News | Wine

Climate change will apparently make the English climate conducive to making wine, as the temperature warms up. The New York Times has a fascinating article on the potential for climate change to...

About Bordeaux

Date: December 10, 2013 Categories: Tasting Notes | Wine

Bordeaux situated in the Gironde département of southwest FranceThe Gironde Estuary, which is the confluence of the Rivers Dordogne and Garonne, splits Bordeaux into three regions: the left bank,...

History of Zinfandel Film

Date: December 5, 2013 Categories: News | Wine

Dossier Zinfandel, a film about the journey of Zinfandel from Croatia to its current status in the United States has been released in the Napa Valley. Zinfandel was often the first wine for...

Forbes on Wine Investment

Date: December 4, 2013 Categories: News | Wine

Forbes has a series of good articles about wine investment. It succinctly covers the basics including the wine regions that have investment potential.Investing in wine requires more than just...

Corked Wine Detecting Cat

Date: December 3, 2013 Categories: News | Wine

Master of Wine Bob Campbell has a cat that can detect corked wine. This is a lovely story and one just wants to meet Mr Wu.Every morning between 9:00am and 11:00am I taste around...

Tiny Gin Distillery in Cambridge

Date: December 2, 2013 Categories: News | Wine

I am always fascinated by luxury products, especially those customised in a market where mass production is the norm. Cambridge Gin is exactly in this category, producing a very limited quantity...

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