The UK wine market has split into two distinct tiers of consumers: those who splash out and those who are drawn to deep discounts, according to a new report.
Portuguese wines offer UK consumers the best value for money for their quality according to a recent survey carried out by Wotwine.
Tesco has been found to have overstated its profits by £263m, £14m more than first thought, as it revealed today that its post-tax profits are down 92%.
Tesco is offering discounts up to 64% on a wide range of lines from Austrian Riesling to 20 year-old Madeira as part of a wine warehouse clear-out.
Some lagers are being sold for less than a bottle of water as competing supermarkets look to cash-in on the World Cup, health experts have warned.
A leading figure in the Australian wine industry has hit out at what he perceives as an excessive focus on the country’s supermarket performance.
Italy has topped the medal table in this year’s International Wine & Spirits Competition, which released its Northern Hemisphere wine results today.
UK wine distributor PLB’s new managing director John Osborne believes the deep discounting culture in supermarkets has “muddied the water” in the UK.
Tesco is launching a new range of classic beer styles brewed by Marston’s to capitalise on the success of its craft beer selection.
An Indian wine merchant is set to release its wines, produced in the country’s Nashik Valley, in UK supermarkets.
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