Italian food and wine magazine Gambero Rosso is helping to present nearly 50 producers from Abruzzo to the UK trade next week.
Michael Bates recommends a Yorkshire hopfenweisse with a “grapefruit and pine-needle aroma”, while Evan Benn picks a “mouth-puckering” sour ale from the third largest craft brewer in the US.
Champagne Laurent-Perrier has signed a three-year partnership deal with the Devonshire-based Chatsworth Estate.
A 19-year-old UK whisky enthusiast has won the inaugural Ian Murray Scholarship, created by William Grant & Sons in honour of a former employee who passed away last year.
Wine and Warfare returns for a look at clan warfare in the Scottish Highlands and the Battle of Glenlivet.
The London Wine Fair is to host a dedicated beer section for the first time in its 34-year history.
Echo Falls has contemporised and premiumised its look to build upon its popularity with its “fashion conscious” consumers.
A case of 1978 Guigal La Mouline sold for double its high estimate at Christie’s London sale last week.
The UK’s chief medical officer has slammed the “irresponsible” methods used by retailers to sell alcoholic drinks as she highlighted their link to health problems and crime.
Wine sales in the UK’s on and off-trade dropped by 2% this year, while on-trade alcohol sales dropped by 6%, according to a WSTA report.
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