Brown-Forman has reportedly decided to sell its wine business and is in the process of looking for a suitor.
Trading standards officials have pledged to “take action” in the wake of findings showing the widespread sale of illegal alcohol in the south east of the UK.
Wine bloggers who are not associated with any particular publication will no longer fall under the awards radar following the launch of the Born Digital Wine Awards.
The global Champagne sector is set for a veritable turnaround in 2011-12 as Asian market continues to grow, according to Stephen Charters, Reims Management School’s chair of Champagne management.
Increased exports of Irish whiskey can provide a tonic for the country’s crippled economy, according to Conor McQuaid, international commercial director at Irish Distillers.
Diageo is prepared to take legal action against any company that attempts to use the term “vodka” for products which are not now classed as such under new legislation.
A quick rundown of next year’s most interesting and anticipated restaurant openings from Heston Blumenthal’s first London venue to the return of the BT Tower and the Playboy Club.
Estonian chef Andrei Lesment is opening his first independent venture with the launch of Verru in January.
Quo Vadis owners Sam and Eddie Hart will launch The QV Bar at the famous London restaurant and members club in January.
Searcys is spreading its Champagne Bar concept with a new site at Paddington Station that mirrors its other station venue at St Pancras.
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