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.
Gin is moving upmarket, capturing the imagination of the US while premiumisation and promotion spark the UK revival
Residents have raised nearly £120,000 to save a 19th century pub in Northamptonshire from closure and now hope it will re-open in time for Christmas.
From a new craft gin to a wine inspired by a best-selling book and a Champagne with an artist’s touch, here are some of the new products launched last month.
The provincial government of British Columbia is apparently considering allowing alcohol sales in grocery stores but restrictions are likely to apply.
Two brothers have been jailed after they were caught by the HMRC attempting to dodge £6.4 million in excise duty by trying to sell tax-free beer, wine and spirits.
Nearly half of all 10-14 year olds in the UK have seen or think they have seen their parents drunk at least once claims drinks charity Drinkaware.
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