An Australian Tempranillo that would “put a number of Riojas to shame” and a selection of “seriously good” wines from Chile feature in this week’s round up.
Naked Wines has launched a “text for wine” service for its customers – the “first of its kind” in the trade.
UK fine wine merchant Berry Bros & Rudd is to launch a new book to complement its Wine School courses.
Tesco has announced the closure of its online wine community in order to focus instead on promoting its in-store and online wine offering – much to the dismay of its members.
A stuffed Arctic wolf stolen in a drunken prank last weekend belongs to a granddaughter of one of the Rolling Stones it has been reported.
One of the UK’s many young craft breweries has launched its first kegged offering in the form of a German-style Pilsner as it embarks on an ambitious expansion drive.
Scottish brewer Innis & Gunn has reached its £3 million “BeerBond” investment target to help build a new brewery.
Inter Beaujolais is to continue its marketing campaign in the UK next year which will also target the Republic of Ireland for the first time as well.
A new gin is celebrating the spirit’s historic role in keeping the British Empire healthy by using quinine as an ingredient and supporting a charity that fights malaria.
Sales of Prosecco increased 72% by value in the UK off-trade in the last year, beating Champagne which saw sales dip by 1.2%, according to figures by IRI.
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