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With each passing year, the Wines from Spain Awards throw up more variety and better quality across the board. Chosen from nearly 1,000 wines, the top awards demonstrate that while rioja is still a vital part of what Spain does well, there is so much more to the country’s wine today in style, in quality and in value. Spain in many ways is Europe’s greatest hope for a challenge to the New World dominance of the past two decades.

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London is one of the most expensive cities in the world. But a good time in the capital needn’t break the bank.

Christmas Gift Guide: Presents for Her

Fret not - there’s still plenty of time to find something special to put under the tree, says Rebecca Gonsalves

The 10 Best Christmas hampers

From gourmet festive fare to chocolates with a royal seal of approval, these fine hampers make mouth-watering pressies for foodies

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From Burberry to Harvey Nichols for Stacey Cartwright?

Upmarket London department store Harvey Nichols is close to appointing a new chief executive, and former Burberry finance chief Stacey Cartwright has emerged as a candidate for the post.

The Business Matrix: Tuesday 1 October 2013

Ex-Burberry boss for Harvey Nicks?

Superdry to become largest UK retailer to open in Turkey

The owner of the Superdry fashion brand has signed a deal with a franchise partner to launch stores in Turkey, becoming the latest UK retailer to open in the country.

The Fashion Audit: Eau Direction, Belgium's finest, scentsational and celebrity cast-offs

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Daughter of Matalan founder saves Nicole Fahri brand

Maxine Hargreaves-Adams bought the retailer for an undisclosed sum

The Fashion Audit: Burger battle, cut-out cossies and artistic accessories

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Mr Hare looking to hop East

Mr Hare, one of British luxury's new star brands, is aiming to crack the lucrative Asian market through a huge distribution agreement and a first shop in Hong Kong.

Heaton, Butler and Bayne, Floral Street, London

Could this former stained-glass factory become a theatreland favourite, asks Amol Rajan.

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