UK-based Hallgarten Druitt & Novum Wines has signed a major contract which will see it transfer its in-house warehousing operations to Barking.
British men enjoy drinking wine at home but avoid ordering it in a pub in case their friends make fun of them, a recent survey has claimed.
Beer sales in the UK dropped by 3.1% in the first quarter of 2014 with a late Easter break and soggy weather blamed for weak sales.
Australian winemaker McWilliam’s has revamped its packaging and launched a new range of wines as it restructures its global portfolio.
Children as young as four are being referred to specialist drug and alcohol treatment services in the UK, according to figures revealed by a freedom of information request.
A UK wine wholesaler has stepped up to support a charity challenge which will see the chairman of The Benevolent visit 91 football grounds in 14 days.
Thatchers Cider is to be the official cider of Glastonbury Festival, its founder Micheal Eavis has announced.
Scottish brewer BrewDog has branded the Portman Group a “a gloomy gaggle of killjoy jobsworths” after it banned its Dead Pony Club packaging.
A Government pledge to remove one billion units of alcohol from the UK market by 2015 is on course, according to the project’s first interim report.
British winemaker Chapel Down saw profits drop by 83% and wine sales by 24% in 2013 with a lacklustre year blamed on a “frustrating” lack of stock.
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