A restaurant in Dublin has launched a new bottomless gin brunch incentive to establish itself as a major player in the drinks trade.
Dominique Demarville, the 10th cellar master of Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin speaks to dbHK about his weakness for Burgundy and how he would like to be better at cooking.
French business school EM Lyon has beaten Oxford and Edinburgh at the Pol Roger International Inter-University Wine Tasting match.
Boules and Bordeaux, polo, painting, Taste of London, cocktails, cigars and lashings of Champagne – it’s been a busy week in the drinks trade.
Champagne Taittinger has unveiled the 14th edition of its Taittinger Collection – the 2008 – with its bottle featuring an image of a leopard.
This Saturday marks the first time a motor racing champ sprayed his fellow racers with Champagne – in 1967.
A masterclass in London last month looked closely at what makes Bollinger’s Brut NV – known as Special Cuvée – so special.
Back for a sixth year, the drinks business Champagne Masters is now open for entries.
Lanson is set to take part in its 39th partnership year with Wimbledon, launching its now trademark neoprene-jacketed bottles to mark the occasion.
Pimm’s has made a replica of Buckingham Palace out of jelly complete with jelly corgis, which will be served at the Queen’s 90th birthday lunch on Sunday.
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