This month’s top product releases include Krug’s 2003 single vineyard brut blanc de blancs and a sipping vodka by super-trendy London distillery Sipsmith.
British holidaymakers onboard cruise ships are drinking on average around 50 alcoholic drinks each during their stay, a new survey has revealed.
You have a bottle of wine, beer or bubbly. You are without anything that one might consider a vaguely useful opening tool. What do you do?
An architect has unveiled her vision for a floating Champagne bar offering not only a sophisticated spot to sip Champagne, but a way to help combat flooding in the French capital.
Keen to champion the concept of fizz and food matching, Champagne house Krug is to launch a pop-up crab shack on London’s South Bank.
Champagne Charles Heidsieck has announced a plan to release its Brut Millésime 2005 this autumn.
Prosecco brand Frizzenti are set to open a chain of sparkling wine bars across the UK targeting shopping, leisure and “travel interchange locations.”
A Champagne producer has been put on trial after looting hundreds of historic French sites for artefacts to indulge his passion for archaeology.
Destocking in China continued to impact Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton (LVMH) in the second half of 2014, which has posted a 15% drop in profits in its wine and spirits portfolio.
While Bolly lollies sound like something made up by Edina and Patsy of Absolutely Fabulous to see them through the summer, the world’s first Champagne ice lolly has gone on sale in the UK.
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