A bottle of 1875 vintage ale packed for a British Arctic Expedition to the North Pole is to go under the hammer.
A UK company claiming to be “one of the world’s leading wine brokers” has stopped answering its phones, leaving clients in the dark about their investments.
A man was charged £223,000 for six bottles of beer instead of £22.30 – a cautionary tale reminding us all to check the bill before punching in our pin.
the drinks business is proud to announce the launch of a new wine fair designed to encourage consumers to buy quality wines.
A gang of professional thieves who stole lorries and their hauls, including £23,000 worth of whisky, have been sentenced to more than 25 years in prison.
Prosecco’s governing body has moved to calm fears of a looming shortage, insisting that although smaller than expected, yields from the 2014 harvest went ”far beyond the target”.
Echo Falls Fruit Fusion is expected to sell more than 1m cases in the UK before the end of the year as fruit-flavoured wines boom in Britain.
Top English sparklers, raspberry-tinged rosés and a “baby Barolo” makes for an enticing lineup this week.
A UK wine producer and importer believes it can “comfortably” grow fivefold in the next decade thanks to an efficient business model and new products that meet demand for private label offerings.
Sales of Prosecco continued to grow in the UK on- and off-trade in 2014, but not at the expense of Champagne, according to the fourth annual Lanson category report.
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