Demand for Prosecco will remain high for at least the next decade, believes the UK export manager of Ca’ di Rajo, which has diversified its offering with the release of a “Prosecco-style” sparkling rosé.
British prime minister David Cameron has treated the Chinese president Xi Jinping to a trip to his local pub, where his guest tucked in to fish and chips and a pint of IPA.
A British wine investment company, Prestige Fine Wine, has been forced into provisional liquidation as part of an ongoing investigation by UK authorities.
Three French brothers due to open an offshoot of their iconic Paris restaurant in London today have admitted that the UK capital is now as good for food as the City of Light.
Oddbins has moved away from the “classics” in order to highlight lesser-known appellations that it says offer “true value”, unveiling its winter range yesterday.
China’s president Xi Jinping was treated to English sparkling wine, white Burgundy, first growth Bordeaux and Vin de Constance at last night’s UK state dinner.
Dom Pérignon’s chef de cave Richard Geoffroy has spoken out in defence of multiple Champagne releases, insisting there is “more latitude in playing the vintage game than ever”.
Chat-show host Graham Norton has launched his own wine brand in the UK, which has been given an exclusive listing at retail chain Majestic Wine.
See how much the price of beer can vary both within the UK and across Europe with this helpful infographic, courtesy of Citybase.
Online wine sales are expected to grow by nearly 12% each year over the next four years, as e-commerce platforms continue to gain share of retail sales.
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