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Thursday 2 July 2015

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Virtual reality could treat alcoholism

Virtual reality therapy is a "promising approach" to the treatment of alcohol more...

Mateus rosé clears up its design

Portuguese rosé brand Mateus is switching to a clear glass bottle this summer, more...

The Tour de l'Oc in pictures

A pictorial report of the highs and lows of the Tour de l'Oc cycling challenge more...

UK Sales Manager

London, United Kingdom

Beer festival in China’s Muslim area angers 'exiles'

In China’s predominantly Muslim region of Xinjiang, exiled groups of Uighur more...

World's best beer and wine festivals

Forget Glastonbury, these are the festivals you should be making a beeline for more...

Brewers and suppliers tack on to craft

Leading drinks suppliers and brewing companies are expanding their craft beer more...

Head of On-Trade Sales

London, United Kingdom

World's cheapest city for a beer revealed

The average price of a bottle of beer is £1.07 in Krakow and Kiev, making them more...

Austrian wine importer launches in Hong Kong

A wine importer specialising in Austrian wines has launched in Hong Kong to more...

Wearable technology and the data driven night out

Ed Southerden, senior planner at creative communications agency Bray Leino, more...

Wine Buyer

London, United Kingdom

Based on experience

Oregon producer takes international view

One of Oregon’s youngest wine estates has partnered with Jackson Family Wines more...

Top 10 wines in the US press

An impressive Tannat-Merlot-Zinfandel blend from Uruguay and a Vernaccia from more...

UK reviewing alcohol intake guidelines

Health officials are to review the government's drinking guidelines, as more...

Australia puts quality centre stage

Wine Australia has pledged to invest AUD$35m annually for the next five years more...

Bordeaux 2005: Biggest movers

Expectation surrounding the 2005s is building and pushing up prices for top more...

Q&A: John Barbier, the Colorado cook-vintner

“I have never followed a recipe in my life, I’m a man of instinct”, more...

Hatch Mansfield – Brand Manager

London, United Kingdom

Competitive salary

The Proust Q&A: Lorenzo Zonin

Italian winemaker Lorenzo Zonin opens up to db about cooking naked, more...

Deadline looms for IWSC digital post

The International Wine & Spirit Competition has made a final call for more...

Fire devastates New Zealand winery

A fire has ripped through a New Zealand winery destroying its offices, kitchen more...

E-commerce, Sales & Marketing Executive

London, United Kingdom

Competitive salary and bonus package based on experience and qualification.

Sud de France launches Wine Hub

An "innovative" tool designed to support wine producers and importers operating more...

China’s Ningxia region launches wine contest

Select winemakers will have the chance to travel to China to learn from its more...

10 uses for Google Glass and drinks

25th June, 2014 by Richard Ross

Glass half full?

Glass1Google Glass, part of a new wave of wearable technology, has just been launched to customers in the UK with a hefty price tag of £1000. Google warns that it’s still a work in progress, and that they still haven’t found the ‘killer app’ to use with it, but how could it be used in the drinks world?

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