Ahead of the global wine event in London this month, db has sifted through the various products due to debut at the London Wine Fair and selected the top offerings to keep an eye out for.
Brown-Forman has launched a direct appeal to younger female consumers with its new fruit-flavoured, vodka-based spirit brand called “lbd”.
Bars and restaurants in the UK are better placed to innovate now than they have been for the past seven years, according to research commissioned by the London Wine Fair.
UK retailer The Co-operative Food is set to sell a million cases of Fairtrade wine this year after overhauling its own label range and partnering with some major brands.
Good Pinot Noir is unlikely to come cheaply, but the drinks business Global Pinot Noir Masters 2015 revealed where some of the best value under £30 can be found.
Craft beer brand Brewdog has admitted mistakes were made when it claimed to have financial authority approval for its £25m fundraising pitch to potential investors.
New research has highlighted the unique nature of online wine buyers in the UK, as well as the best-selling source countries.
English wine producer Gusbourne has recruited one of the UK’s top sommeliers, Laura Rhys MS, to a new role managing the brand’s international development.
Fine wine merchant Berry Bros & Rudd has had £100,000 worth of wine stolen from its Basingstoke warehouse after thieves cut through the wall.
Scotch single malt Ledaig has launched its oldest expression to date in the form of a 42 year old “robust” and “smoky” whisky.
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