Kingsland Wines and Spirits has launched Legacy Wines – a new division which will focus on impulse, on-trade and European export sectors.
Champagne Louis Roederer had a record year of sales in 2011 thanks to its distribution network and market positioning.
Such is the reliance of governments on alcohol as a cash cow that you would expect them to collect every tax penny. But they don’t.
UK growth, or the lack of it, dominated the markets this week.
The Federation of Wholesale Distributors (FWD) has urged the drinks industry to work alongside HMRC to eradicate alcohol duty fraud.
Nick Dobson Wines is to cease trading this year, for reasons of ill health.
An academic behind the drive for minimum pricing in Scotland has admitted the measure might not stop young people binge drinking.
Poor fourth quarter Champagne volumes have led Vranken-Pommery Monopole to report a decline in full-year sales.
Diageo has announced plans to roll out Guinness Mid-Strength in the UK off-trade.
Rémy Cointreau is on course to make “a substantial” increase in profits in its financial year to the end of March.
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