The maker of Tio Pepe, González Byass, has launched a whisky made in the Scottish Highlands but aged in Jerez in Southern Spain.
Tio Pepe Sherry’s famous sombrero wearing, guitar-wielding mascot has returned to the Puerta de Sol in Madrid after a three-year battle with electronics giant Apple.
For the first time in recent history, González Byass has bottled six rare vintages of Palo Cortado and Oloroso dating back to 1967 for a multiple release.
db’s Lucy Shaw joins the González Byass team on a truffle hunt in Somontano, northern Spain, in search of black gold.
The Sherry industry is mourning the loss of Mauricio González-Gordon Diéz, who died on Friday 27 September aged 89.
Champagne Deutz has announced a change in its UK distribution, appointing González Byass UK from 1 August 2013.
The drinks business was joined by Claire Snaith from Norbert Dentressangle on a tour of the stands at the London International Wine Fair, these are the ones which we picked out as the best.
Tio Pepe has released its fourth “En Rama” style, with a more overt flor character than usual due to a particularly wet and mild winter in Jerez.
The organisers of the London International Wine Fair have stressed the number of high-profile attendees this year as several importers drop out.
Brown-Forman chairman G. Garvin Brown IV has officially taken up the presidency of the International Wine & Spirit Competition.
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