Balblair distillery manager John MacDonald has insisted that the Highland brand’s vintage specialism remains sustainable, despite ongoing growth in the Scotch whisky market.
There is a huge decline in gift liquor sales ahead of this year’s Chinese New Year as a result of the government’s demands for a cut in luxury and wasteful spending.
Vermouth – it is one of those drinks that most people will have heard of, but probably don’t know a huge amount about, other than it’s used in martinis.
Scotland’s ban on multi-buy booze promotions has failed to reduce the amount of alcohol bought by Scottish consumers, according to an independent study released yesterday.
Rémy Cointreau is feeling the effect of the Chinese slowdown as the spirits group reported a 3.6% sales decline for the six months to 30 September.
The team behind a new UK gin claims that its strength and flavour have been specially designed to make their product the ideal partner for cocktails.
Glenfarclas is to release a limited edition quarter-cask bottling, which combines 10 of the distiller’s last remaining quarter casks, the youngest of which is 25 years old.
Royal Salute is becoming less dependent on Asian demand and extending its range with a new limited edition to strengthen its ties with polo.
Gruppo Campari’s latest results show “strong acceleration in organic performance” in Q3.
Chris Hatcher, chief winemaker with Australian brand Wolf Blass, was crowned Winemaker of the Year at the International Wine & Spirits Competition awards banquet last night.
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