Britain’s recent decision to move away from the EU could see the return of the imperial pint, which current EU regulation prohibits.
It’s the perennial conundrum: how does one convey the complex appeal of wine to a younger generation? Yuko and Shin Kibayashi, authors of The Drops of God, may have the answer, writes Patrick Schmitt MW.
French business school EM Lyon has beaten Oxford and Edinburgh at the Pol Roger International Inter-University Wine Tasting match.
Boules and Bordeaux, polo, painting, Taste of London, cocktails, cigars and lashings of Champagne – it’s been a busy week in the drinks trade.
Strawberry bon bons, Routemaster buses, VW camper vans, oysters, exercise bikes, foie gras macaroons and red trousers all made cameos at this year’s fun-filled London Wine Fair.
French business school EM Lyon has won both the ‘Concours de degustation inter-grandes écoles’ and Sciences Po International Tasting (SPIT).
Islay distillery Kilchoman has announced the launch of its second continuous-release single malt whisky, Sanaig.
Pol Roger has released a 2008 vintage rosé Champagne – a style only produced in the very best years.
American oak “does not match” with Cabernet Sauvignon, according to Brad Grimes, winemaker at Napa’s Abreu Vineyards.
Pol Roger has agreed a partnership with The Festival of British Eventing for 2016 and beyond, extending its portfolio’s presence in the equestrian world.
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