Marks & Spencer has started equipping its wine advisors with iPads to more closely connect its online and offline operations.
A collection of beer advertising and marketing books has been donated to The History of Advertising Trust.
The Australian wine industry is starting to gain momentum again after five years of falling prices, according to Wine Australia.
LVMH would do well out of selling Diageo the remaining shares in Moët Hennessy thinks Berenger Bank.
Global wine stocks are at their lowest point of the past decade, according to Rabobank’s latest Wine Quarterly Q2 report.
A new beer-chilling system which could save pubs almost £2,500 a year in energy and wasted drink costs is being developed with government funding.
Korea-based foreign alcohol distributor, Hiscot, has officially merged with the Hite-Jinro group.
A new website is aiming to provide a forum connecting wineries with those looking to work a vintage.
The sale of imported spirits including duty free travel trade in India is likely to cross the five million case mark by 2015.
Czech brewer Budějovický Budvar will continue to use the Budweiser name on its UK beer after the Court of Appeal ruled in its favour.
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