A brewery in Australia has caused outrage in the Hindu community after putting Lord Ganesh and Goddess Lakshmi on bottles of its alcoholic ginger beer.
Last week we brought you details of the world’s most fattening beers and this week we cater for the more diet conscious folk who still hanker for a refreshing beer.
Producers shouldn’t moan about the price of their wines being slashed in supermarkets, because they are in control of the situation, according to one key Australian producer.
The growing consumer thirst for Champagne in Australia is proving hugely lucrative for the region, according to the chef de cave of Ruinart.
Accolade wines has acquired two of New Zealand’s leading brands from the Mud House Wine Group.
Casella Wines, the makers of Australia’s Yellow Tail wine, has announced that the company has bottled its one billionth bottle of the brand.
Global wine giant Treasury Wine Estates is facing legal action from Australian shareholders after it was forced to write off six million bottles of wine in July due to oversupply.
As well as an MW in the stocks this week in the drinks trade also saw a touch of Hollywood and fashion royalty make an appearance.
Louisa Rose, chief winemaker of Yalumba in the Barossa Valley, has admitted that she would like to see more producers getting behind Viognier.
Penfolds winemakers inspected 230 bottles of Penfolds in London yesterday, including one bottle of “secret” Grange, at the brand’s recorking clinic.
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