Last month’s Vinexpo Asia-Pacific in Hong Kong saw a 6.3% increase in visitors, with a particular uplift in attendance from south-east Asia.
UK victims of the Thalidomide drugs scandal have launched legal action against Diageo, 50 years after the morning sickness drugs was first prescribed to their mothers.
Rémy Cointreau has predicted a return to growth next year, despite seeing net profits slide by 46.9% and sales fall by 13.5% in its final 2013/14 results.
Drinks giant Pernod Ricard has predicted an “improvement” in the currently struggling Chinese market next year and is delving into its wider portfolio to attract consumers.
A host of drinks categories launched an array of products this month – from an exclusive Drambuie gift set to a 150-year-old Port.
Catching drink drivers could soon be as simple as pointing a laser, thanks to a device that can detect the presence of alcohol inside a moving car.
2014’s Vinexpo Asia-Pacific has benefitted from a 6.4% increase in visitors with a boost in numbers coming from southeast Asia, according to the fair organiser.
A travel company is offering a one-off 10-stop world tour sampling some of its most expensive drinks. We take a look at what the £750,000 ticket will buy you.
Following several days of judging last week, we are delighted to reveal the shortlisted entries for the drinks business Awards 2014.
From bloggers and event organisers to distributors and distillers there are plenty of women doing their bit to shake up the typically perceived male dominated world of whisky.
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