Vinho Verde has identified 2012 as an ideal year to make a “comeback” in the UK as the trend towards lighter, lower alcohol wines gathers pace.
Pernod Ricard is looking to reignite the fortunes of its absinthe brand following last year’s legalisation of the spirit in France.
Carlsberg has hired Benet Slay, former managing director for Diageo Northern Europe, to lead its UK business.
Hardys and Echo Falls have renewed their sponsorship of Channel 4 TV programme Come Dine With Me.
Chivas Brothers has overhauled the packaging of Plymouth Gin and increased the product’s price.
AB InBev is in a row over online encyclopedia Wikipedia after a PR firm altered an entry on beer brand Stella Artois.
A new campaign launches today which aims to enable UK consumers to better understand the importance of responsible drinking.
Jacob’s Creek has signed a three-year deal with tennis legend Andre Agassi as the Australian wine brand seeks to reinforce its connections with the sport.
The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has banned an advert on Naked Wines’ website for being potentially misleading following a complaint.
Château Brown has become the latest Bordeaux estate to introduce a Quick Response code to its labels.
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