Biking bounders, Cretan cuisine, Aston Martins, touch rugby, iced tea on tap and Glorious Goodwood – it’s been an energetic week in the drinks industry.
Thousands have taken part in Rioja’s annual wine fight, drenching each other with buckets of wine.
Rioja has become a victim of its own success, unsustainably driven by low prices and high volumes according to one of the top winemakers in the region.
British foodies are passing over Bordeaux and Burgundy in favour of Spanish Rioja to match their increasingly relaxed dining habits, according to a new survey.
As merchants struggled to enthuse their clients during the Bordeaux 2014 campaign, they had rather less trouble selling through their allocations of the 2005 Rioja Alta Gran Reserva 904.
db sent its resident foodie, Lucy Shaw, to Hong Kong to take the temperature of the city’s restaurant scene. Her first stop was to Spanish fine dining venue Vasco.
It’s time to dust off those castanets and tuck into chorizo and churros this weekend as Le Feria dances into Hong Kong.
A synesthete able to hear tastes and taste sounds has created a composition of what he believes the notes found in Rioja sound like.
From Rioja lovers to Champagne quaffers, the drinks business has compiled these portraits of 10 modern consumers based on their wine preference.
db’s resident foodie, Lucy Shaw, heads to Brindisa’s newest addition in Soho to feast on chorizo fritters, suckling pig and aged manchego.
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