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UK Agora: Follow Our Social Media Accounts

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TWITTER, FACEBOOK & INSTAGRAM As hospitality sponsors of AFC Wimbledon, we're proud that Rivals MK, who relocated Wimbledon FC and took over their league position have been relegated to League Two. In this time AFC Wimbledon have managed to form a new club, rise through the Leagues and surpass them! #COYD UKAGORA.COM...

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Wine Critics: A good or Bad Thing?

The Fine Wine Investment Market is driven by critics. Today we explore whether their influence is deserved, as well as whether we should listen? If you have been involved in the Fine Wine Market on any capacity, chances are you have come across Robert Parker Jr. Although there are many wine critics across the world Robert Parker Jr's influence is unrivalled. He offers a simplistic scoring system. 50 Points is the lowest score a wine can received, and 100 is the highest. Many regard Parker as the guru of the Fine Wine Marker. His influence can quite literally make or break a wine. This has lead to a culture within the wine producing world where producers aim to please him. Because if Parker is a fan, chances are the rest of the wine community will follow. Should one man have such an influence? This questions has been asked many times over the decades and...

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UNSEEN ANDY WARHOL LABELS RELEASED BY NAPA WINERY

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Napa Valley winery Cuvaison has launched a new series of wines with ‘forgotten’ labels designed by Andy Warhol, who once said the original labels were “lousy”. The collaboration apparently began in early 1980s after Warhol was served a bottle of the Napa Valley Cuvaison wine at a dinner party in Switzerland hosted by his friend and the winery’s owner, Alexander Schmidheiny. When Schmidheiny asked what Warhol thought of the wine, Warhol replied, “What a lousy label,” and suggested a redesign. Commissioned by Cuvaison, Warhol took polaroids of grapes in a variety of patterns to create over 50 unique silkscreen prints for Cuvaison labels. The designs, however, were then forgotten about and left in a drawer until now. Thirty-five years on, Cuvaison, in association with The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, has released the first limited-edition set of the ‘Andy Warhol by Cuvaison Collection’. The ‘Series One’ range is now available in Hong Kong and consists of...

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Join us at the Wigan game for an extra special occasion

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Celebrate the fantastic news that Wimbledon are coming home by helping to create a cracking atmosphere for the match against Wigan this Saturday at 3 pm. We would love to hear the famous chant of 'Show me the way to Plough Lane' at full volume as the Dons aim to upset League One leaders Wigan Athletic. A key moment in AFC Wimbledon's history was written on Wednesday 13 December when the section 106 agreement was signed, paving the way for a move back to Plough Lane. The game will be a great opportunity for you to collect a very special match day programme, and more of your support would be really appreciated to cheer on Neal's boys. AFC Wimbledon's first ever captain Joe Sheerin and Leader of Merton Council, Stephen Alambritis, will join us as guests of honour at the match. They will be presented in the hospitality restaurant before the game, as well as at the...

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Bitcoin in a Bottle – The Investment Wines

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We look at which wines have provided the best returns over the past five years and find some surprises. By Don Kavanagh | Posted Saturday, 09-Dec-2017 It's a hoary old story, so often repeated that it has almost become an urban myth – if you had invested $100 in Bitcoin in 2011, you'd be a millionaire today. Of course, there would have been some fairly hair-raising ups and downs along the way, but if you had invested your $100 in the cryptocurrency you could have realised your investment on November 29 at a tidy $3,773,758.93. Of all the investment options, Bitcoin is the only one that has seriously challenged wine for returns in the past five years or so. Wine had better returns than real estate, gold and stocks last year and the top end appreciates at dizzying speed. Take a look at the big names of Burgundy – DRC, Leroy, Jayer and the rest...

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