A seven day celebration of London’s restaurants, bars and wine merchants has been launched by the organisers of the London Wine Fair to coincide with the trade show.
Where else will vineyard sheep sit along a night of decadence, Champagne and celebrities? It has to be the week in pictures.
Lager sales for Miller Brands UK, the UK subsidiary of SABMiller, have risen by 5% in the six months to 30 September 2013, driven by strong growth for the Pilsner Urquell brand.
Made in Chelsea star, Spencer Matthews, has received a social media backlash after posting a picture on Twitter of a £488,000 bar bill.
A striking crystal “orgue” features alongside Champagne, Barolo and vodka in this week’s round-up of what’s been going on in the drinks trade.
A collection of Moët & Chandon dating back to 1914 was sold for £147,333 at auction this week.
The original hip hotelier, Brooklyn-born Ian Schrager, is back in the capital in no uncertain terms with the London Edition in Fitzrovia.
Wine merchant Lea & Sandeman is appealing for information after a large quantity of Champagne was stolen from a delivery truck.
The House of Hennessy at Heathrow’s Terminal Five is the first boutique opened by Hennessy outside the Cognac region, and the first liquor pop-up for World Duty Free.
Southampton-born, Michelin-starred chef Simon Rogan is to take over from Gordon Ramsay at Claridge’s when the London hotel reopens its restaurant next spring.
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