A UK charity has launched a campaign to build a cocktail bar to train the next generation of mixologists.
The UK trade needs to reconsider its attitude towards the lower alcohol wine sector, believes Laura Jewell MW, Tesco’s wine category product development manager.
De Bortoli has launched a pair of wines inspired by an opera closely associated with Yarra Valley-born 19th century superstar soprano Dame Nellie Melba.
Infamous gangster Al Capone’s cocktail shaker and a claret jug from the Titanic are among the treasures at an extraordinary auction taking place in London next week.
Having recently opened Theatreland gastropub The Ape & Bird, db’s Lucy Shaw meets “The Restaurant Man”, Russell Norman.
A full “Taittinger Collection” of limited edition vintages that belonged to Michael Cox is to be auctioned at the Benevolent Ball this March.
The Association of Portuguese Wine Importers celebrated its 10th Wines of Portugal Awards last night, recognising some of the category’s biggest UK trade supporters.
For the first time in recent history, González Byass has bottled six rare vintages of Palo Cortado and Oloroso dating back to 1967 for a multiple release.
The University of Cambridge’s wine tasting team has broken Oxford’s winning streak by winning the latest Varsity match.
After a year of “intense activity”, Franciacorta has seen its export figures rise just over 14% on 2012.
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