Bettane and Desseauve’s London Wine Experience is to return to London’s Saatchi Gallery in Chelsea for the third year running next month.
Sotheby’s first London wine sale of the autumn season generated £1,674,810 ($2,729,940), hitting its pre-sale high estimate of £1.67 million.
English wine and beer producer Chapel Down has smashed its original crowdfunding target by raising £2.9 million from investors in just 10 days.
Aside from being the winemaker at Schmitt Söhne, Manfred Burg also owns a wine estate in Mosel where he produces mainly Riesling wines.
A US retailer and writer have emerged victorious in a competition designed to support the world’s top independent wine merchants.
Parents “significantly overestimate” the extent and frequency of underage drinking, according to a recent poll by AB InBev UK.
Independent wine merchants are being called upon to take part in the UK’s Great Sherry Festival in October.
The Wine and Spirit Trade Association is calling on the UK government to cut alcohol duty by a “modest” 2% in the 2015 budget.
A death row themed pop-up restaurant event has been suspended after its organisers were met with a barrage of complaints.
Bartending is much like the French Foreign Legion: both challenging lifestyles, attracting a disparate and, let’s face it, occasionally shady, bunch of characters.
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