Up to 15,000 UK pubs, bars and restaurants will today slash their food and drink prices by 7.5% as part of a campaign to persuade the government to cut VAT.
Holidaymakers unlucky enough to be involved in an accident having enjoyed a drink beforehand risk having their claims unfairly rejected.
Coffee giant Starbucks is developing a non-alcoholic latte that tastes like Guinness.
An alcohol charity is calling on Australian airlines to ban alcohol following a string of mid-flight incidents.
A new condition, relating to the registration or approval with HMRC as an excise trader, will take effect from 1 November 2014.
Supermarket giant Tesco, one of the biggest wine retailers in the world, has suspended four executives over a £250million overestimation of profits.
Bettane and Desseauve’s London Wine Experience is to return to London’s Saatchi Gallery in Chelsea for the third year running next month.
Sotheby’s first London wine sale of the autumn season generated £1,674,810 ($2,729,940), hitting its pre-sale high estimate of £1.67 million.
English wine and beer producer Chapel Down has smashed its original crowdfunding target by raising £2.9 million from investors in just 10 days.
Aside from being the winemaker at Schmitt Söhne, Manfred Burg also owns a wine estate in Mosel where he produces mainly Riesling wines.
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