While using the internet to seek out information about wine has surged over the last four years, only 11% of American wine drinkers have bought wine online this year.
London’s Beer Academy has launched its first online course designed to give bar staff a basic knowledge of beer, costing as little as £2.40 per person.
A new online boutique wine importer and retailer Perfect Cellar has opened for business, seeking to make luxury wines “accessible to everyone.”
From a small base of just 5%, the global proportion of wine sales carried out online is expected to rise considerably in the coming years, led by Britain and China.
The International Wine & Spirit Competition is offering the chance to win a trip to Australia and a paid six month contract as host of its new digital platform.
The UK e-commerce sector for beer, wine and spirits is seeing exceptional growth in 2015, rising “several hundred percent”, research has claimed.
Maison Sichel’s flagship brand, Sirius Red AOC Bordeaux, is now available to buy on Amazon.
Wine critic James Suckling has partnered with China’s YesMyWine.com to provide Chinese language content for the online merchant’s 7m users.
UK retailer The Whisky Shop has unveiled a new online outlet, which promises a “luxurious, educational and accessible” internet shopping experience.
Lobster pots, pie makers and diving equipment are just some of the bizarre online purchases made by Brits under the influence, it has emerged.
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