Ahead of the global wine event in Düsseldorf next week, db has sifted through the products due to debut at ProWein, selecting the top offerings.
From nude harvesters and foot fetishes to cherry-popping and body art – the alcohol industry has unleashed all manner of saucy ads over the years.
One of the UK’s largest brewers, Molson Coors, has re-launched its wholesale business, but having dropped the term “wholesale”, believing it does not fully reflect its offering.
It’s a difficulty few will face, but for an astronaut, enjoying a cocktail in a dignified manner, not out of a squeezy bag, is just not possible – until now.
Diageo has confirmed its commitment to Don Julio Tequila by pledging $400 million in its future, with plans to expand production and build a heritage centre in Jalisco.
The Chancellor George Osborne will “definitely” cut duty on beer for the third year in a row when he announces the UK Budget later this month, according to reports.
Entries for The Drinks Business Green Awards 2015, which seek to reward green initiatives in the drinks trade, will close at the end of this month.
Figures have revealed the vast difference paid in tax on alcohol by EU member states, with the UK faring least favourably.
The managing director of drinks merchant Berry Bros & Rudd, Hugh Sturges, has left the company after 14 years, with chairman Simon Berry temporarily taking over his role on the wine side of the business.
The WSTA’s “Call Time on Duty” campaign, which last year successfully called for the UK government to cut duty on wine and spirits, has been honoured at a PR award ceremony.
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