Gruppo Campari has announced “very positive” results for 2011, which saw growth across all of its business sectors and a dividend increase of 16.7%.
The UK’s biggest beer shop, Beers of Europe, is to expand drastically to 11,000 square feet.
Angela Merkel was soaked in lager last week during an Ash Wednesday event in Demmin, Germany.
Pernod Ricard’s chief executive Pierre Pringuet has said that the sovereign debt crisis in Europe “is over”.
The fine wine market is expected to grow by 10% in 2012, as strong value buying opportunities for wine lovers and investors emerge.
Emerging markets and US growth have given Diageo a boost in the face of continuing woes in the eurozone.
Luxury goods giant LVMH reported a 1% rise in 2011 net profit this week, as the company shows strong growth in its wine and spirits division.
Spanish restaurants have gone truly global. We discover some of the very best showcases for Spanish food and wine.
Soaring demand in China has resulted in global Cognac sales reaching record levels last year.
The move back to the market situation we saw at the end of 2011 is almost complete as this week comes to a close.
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