Australian brand Hardys has announced a major three-year sponsorship deal, which makes it the official wine partner of England Cricket.
More than 169,000 litres of illicit alcohol has been seized by HM Revenue and Customs in what is believed to be the largest ever haul in Wales.
What better way to treat your mum this Mother’s Day than with a Champagne tea at one of London’s top hotels.
Majestic Wine has issued a profit warning predicting a flat performance in its year-end results due to “challenging trading conditions” in the first part of 2014.
A new distillery in the Cotswolds is joining the English whisky revival and set to launch a range of craft spirits when it begins production this summer.
Following the Chancellor’s decision to scrap the controversial alcohol duty escalator in yesterday’s Budget, we round up reaction from some of the industry’s most prominent figures.
The perfect time to open a bottle of wine is at 6.52pm, according to a recent survey of British drinkers.
Château Latour has re-released its 2004 vintage and 2006 Forts de Latour with respective premiums of 23% and 6% – and the market has greeted it with “deathly silence”.
Producers, retailers and trade bodies have welcomed the Chancellor’s decision to scrap the duty escalator on alcohol, cut beer taxes and freeze those on spirits and most ciders.
Campaigners are toasting their success after it was announced that the “unfair” alcohol duty escalator on wines and spirits is to be scrapped and duty on all spirits frozen.
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