Rémy Cointreau’s liqueurs and spirits division was the force behind the company’s modest sales growth in the year to March, especially its Bruichladdich Scotch whisky brand.
Tim Salt, the managing director of Diageo Australia, is leaving the company at the end of June, reports have claimed.
With Chinese buyers snapping up Bordeaux châteaux at a rate of knots and continued consolidation among former rivals, the drinks world is ever-changing.
Bacardi’s chief marketing officer has quit the company after only six months in the role.
Larry Schwartz, president of Diageo North America, has announced his retirement after forty years in the drinks industry.
To commemorate the 800th birthday of the Magna Carta, we take a look at the medieval drinks that may well have been used to toast its inception.
A 42-year-old Scotch, a premium brew inspired by the Stone Age and the latest release from Nyetimber are among this month’s top releases.
We count down the world’s most powerful wines and spirits starting with those drinks at the bottom end of the 2015 Power Brands survey.
Bliss in Bordeaux, hearing of Virginia’s vinous ambition, and healthy helpings of jamon helped make this week in the wine trade particularly memorable.
Peroni rules the roost in the function rooms and at the office parties of the BBC, as the corporation’s alcohol bill for 2014 is made public.
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