UK manufacturing boosted the pound as the Purchasing Managers Index bounced back into positive territory this week.
Dom Pérignon cellar master Richard Geoffroy has described the connection between acidity and age-worthiness in wine as a “myth”.
Luxury drinks brands need to learn to say “no” more in order to succeed in today’s tough retail climate, according to one of the UK’s leading brand strategists.
The wine industry is facing a shortage of quality national account managers, according to Paul Schaafsma at Australian Vintage.
UK growth, or the lack of it, dominated the markets this week.
One of the UK’s top natural wine importers has spoken out about the natural wine movement, comparing the wines to the works of Karl Marx.
This week has provided a succinct snapshot of the problems the UK economy faces over the coming months.
Consumer spending habits will diverge to reflect the growing gap between rich and poor.
Are the London Olympic and Paralympic Games going to cost your business?
The new year is upon us and it has started to resemble the final months of 2011 in some respects.
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