Treasury Wine Estates is embracing the “evolving” market of Asia as last week’s results revealed profits for the region were up 52%.
Japan is tightening rules for its wine industry, requiring all products labelled as Japanese wine to be made entirely from grapes grown within the country.
A camera system that detects drunken passengers and alerts staff to prevent them from falling onto the tracks has been installed at a train station in Japan.
From unknown releases to Yamazaki and Hibiki, online retailer Dekantā looks set to blow the likes of Master of Malt right out of the (fire) water.
A British brewery has released a beer to commemorate the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki and promote “nuclear peace”.
Japanese whisky producer, Suntory will send samples of whisky to the International Space Station to study the effect of zero gravity has on ageing.
A Maine resident has produced his own sake and is set to release it in the US, believing premium rice wine to be “an untapped market”.
Catching onto the trend of Japanese “informal drinking establishments”, two Houston chefs will launch Izakaya at the beginning of August.
Storms, natural phenomena, death, sex? How best to describe the blossoming of interest in certain fine wine vintages?
A single bunch of grapes has sold in Japan for a record breaking price of ¥1 million (£5,300).
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