A steadying fine wine market with boosts from Asia and the US have given a leg up to Bordeaux Index’s results in the first half of the year.
AB InBev is preparing to secure funds of up to £75 billion (US$122bn) to buy rival UK brewer SABMiller, according to reports by the Wall Street Journal.
Pull up a stool at some of these US bars and you might be sharing your gin and tonic with more than a few otherworldly entities.
A US research body is spending US$3.2 million taxpayers’ money on getting monkeys to drink excessive amounts of alcohol.
The E&J Gallo Winery has donated US$100k to the American Red Cross to help winemakers affected by last month’s earthquake in Napa.
Scottish brewer Innis & Gunn has signed a three-year deal with Thatchers to distribute its Somerset cider stateside.
Sharp declines in shipments to the Far East and Europe have brought an end to Cognac’s three consecutive years of record growth.
A wine producer has launched legal action against an advertising firm, claiming trademark infringement on a product which dispenses wine from paint tins.
An “elegant” Pinot Noir, Super Tuscan and “distinctive” Portuguese white blend are among US wine writers’ recommendations this week.
Napa’s wine industry has lost an estimated US$80 million after an earthquake ripped through the region last month.
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