A range of gins celebrating the Victorian gin-making era has been launched in the UK.
The latest figures from the Wine and Spirit Trade Association show that “consumers are finally getting the break they deserve after years of inflation-busting tax rises”.
Vinexpo doesn’t need to run for the full five days because no visitor stays more than three, according to the CEO of the biennial Bordeaux wine and spirits fair, Guillaume Deglise.
Luxury brands of Tequila backed by celebrities such as P Diddy and George Clooney have started to eat into the market share of white and brown spirits.
Nicola Sturgeon hailed the “exceptional quality” of Scotch whisky as she opened the new Chivas Brothers distillery in Carron this morning.
Tesco’s travails look set to continue, as City analysts say it is preparing to announce further falling sales despite the millions it has spent on slashing prices.
As the fight to create ever-more creative cocktails continues, The Donovan Bar at London’s Brown’s Hotel has revealed a quirky collection of serves.
Sipping wine with Georgian priests at Vinexpo, a tasting in an ex-government chalk bunker and a 12 foot bottle of cider adorned with wild flowers – the wine trade is anything but ordinary.
French spirits producer Rémy Cointreau has said it is open to acquiring new brands in an effort to further premiumise its portfolio.
Spirits producers in the EU will “achieve much more” if they follow a new strategy to focus on building exports outside the continent, a market report has claimed.
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