The price of Argentine wines will remain stable, according to one importer, despite the country being in the grip of an economic crisis.
A raspberry IPA, cyclist-friendly “radler” and Turtle-powered IPA make it into this week’s top beer picks in the press.
France, in particular Provence, led the way for rosés over £10 in our 2014 Global Rosé Masters, but there were some worthy mentions from elsewhere in Europe and the US.
A hot dog soaked in 100-year-old Louis XIII Cognac has been officially recognised as the world’s most expensive example of the fast food favourite.
Bacardi’s north American president has resigned from his role to pursue “other opportunities”.
Kentucky Bourbon is going through the “largest expansion mode since the end of prohibition” according to the state’s Distillers’ Association.
Women care less about the quality of wine they drink and more about drinking to relax, compared to men who spend more on “high quality” wines.
A woman stole a bottle of cheap wine and drank it on the street until the police arrived so she could join her boyfriend in jail.
Jack Daniel’s has defended itself against claims “chemical substances not common to whiskey” had been found in its Tennessee Honey Liqueur.
An “arms race” between authorities and wine counterfeiters is underway, according to an expert witness from the trial of conman Rudy Kurniawan.
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