Bibendum has launched a nine-strong range of wines on tap designed for use in restaurants and bars due to increasing demand from consumers.
Champagne shipments surpassed 307 million bottles in 2014, an increase of 0.7% on 2013, when the region sold 304m bottles worldwide.
The managing director of drinks merchant Berry Bros & Rudd, Hugh Sturges, has left the company after 14 years, with chairman Simon Berry temporarily taking over his role on the wine side of the business.
The Californian wine offering in the UK has come a long way in the last decade thanks to these trailblazers championing top drops from the Golden State.
A UK brewery has launched legal action against Magners over claims the cider giant has infringed on its trademark for its Hazy Hog cider.
Shoppers are being ‘misled’ by supermarkets selling “wine based” drinks, which only contain 75% wine but are marketed as wine and sold in the wine aisle.
When it comes to taxes on the drinks industry – both import/export tarrifs and duty – a lower rate doesn’t just mean more jobs and growth, but also less criminality and ill-health, writes Ron Emler.
Nearly 5,000 bottles of wine worth £80,000 have been stolen from Bolney Wine Estate in West Sussex overnight.
London Beer Week’s first festival attracted 8,500 attendees with more than 16,000 signature beers served, generating £50,000 for London bars.
Cloudy Bay has recruited a pair of landscape architects to translate the Kiwi brand’s flavours and structure into a garden at this year’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
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