This year’s Vin de France tasting showed the growing uptake of this category by major producers, as well as an ongoing diversification of top quality styles.
Red Bull is suing a US start-up brewery called the Old Ox on the basis that “an ox is a castrated bull”, and its name therefore infringes its own trademark.
Belvédère Group, owner of Sobieski vodka and Marie Brizard liqueurs, saw net sales fall 4.1% in 2014, as it implemented a major strategic review.
Zachys has a line-up of Krug, Mouton signed by Andy Warhol and over 1,000 lots of Burgundy to sell at its next sale in New York at the end of this month.
The Napa Valley will increasingly be defined less by broader appellations and more by single vineyard, single block wines in the near future thinks winemaker Tor Kenward.
UK wine merchant Flint Wines has announced itself as the exclusive UK agent for Tim Mondavi’s Napa estate, Continuum.
This week’s roundup sees a strong contingent from the craft beer hotspot of San Diego among some variations of the ever-popular IPA style.
A bill that will allow Kentucky distilleries to sell and serve Bourbon on their premises has received unanimous approval.
A sparkling rosé from New Mexico and a “peasant-style” Italian red are what US writers think you should be drinking this Valentine’s weekend.
Pernod Ricard saw net profits drop 5% in the first half of 2014/15, as the company announces its financial results and the appointment of Alexandre Ricard.
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