Paris Hilton, heiress to the Hilton hotel empire, showed she knows how to party by running up a US$230,000 (£140k) bar bill in New York.
Diageo will be able to sell bottles of its Explorers’ Club Whisky after signing a licensing agreement with the real-life Explorers’ Club that successfully sued it.
Champagne house Dom Pérignon has collaborated with Dutch fashion designer Iris van Herpen on a bespoke label for the 2004 vintage.
London restaurant Almeida in Islington has ditched its wine list in time for its re-launch on Monday.
A US perfumer is set to launch its collection of quirky scents onto the British high street starting with one of its bestsellers – Gin & Tonic.
US diner chain Denny’s has launched a $300 brunch served with Dom Pérignon Champagne.
The series examines how those holidaying in the Hamptons this weekend can beat the great rosé drought in style.
Stocks of rosé in the Hamptons are apparently “dangerously low” and may not last long enough to cover the coming Labour Day weekend.
Burgundian winemaker Laurent Ponsot, who helped to bring Rudy Kurniawan to trial, believes 10 years in prison is “not enough” for the convicted wine fraudster.
New York’s repeat drink drivers could now be jailed for up to seven years due to a new law which aims to lower the number of fatal road accidents.
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