From exclusive launches for the Chinese market to bizarre wine labels and outlandish outfits, db brings you highlights from last week’s HKTDC International Wine & Spirits Fair.
A baijiu producer is eagerly awaiting the appointment of Xi Jinping as China’s next president so that it can cash in on his name.
Boutique London cocktail bar the Nightjar has launched a cocktail list featuring rare vintage spirits at deliberately affordable prices.
Collapsed UK drinks wholesaler WaverleyTBS owes more than £76 million, with over £64m due to unsecured creditors, including around 200 trade suppliers.
Why Jim Beam white label is what it is.
Diageo and United Spirits are reportedly on the verge of signing a US$2 billion deal.
Bourbon barrels aren’t just for aging whiskey, so what can this process do for beer?
Rémy Cointreau is set to strengthen its hold on the Cognac sector, announcing that it has entered into exclusive negotiations to acquire Larsen Cognac.
The Albert Hall in London has joined forces with wine merchant Berry Bros & Rudd to launch a bar on the concert venue’s ground floor.
Scottish merchant Inverarity Morton has embarked on its promised expansion plans with the acquisition of Glasgow-based specialist spirits supplier LA Wholesale.
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