Majestic boss Rowan Gormley has blasted the commoditisation of wine ranges, saying they are becoming “more like baked beans and less like wine”.
Chapel Down is trebling the fundraising target of its beer and cider business to £3.65m, after smashing the original £1m target in less than two months.
New British legislation to end alcohol tax fraud could lead to an explosion of underground bootleggers, job losses in the industry and even deaths, according to legal experts.
A wine investment director who didn’t purchase any wine on behalf of his clients, duping them out of £400,000, has been banned from running a company for 11 years.
Alcohol is the main driver behind another fall in consumer inflation, with prices of wine and beer falling for three consecutive months to October 2015, according to the Wilson Drinks Report.
A 150m cordon was put in place around a UK brewery, the home of Bombardier beer, this morning, following a chemical spill at the site.
Discount retailers Aldi and Lidl now own a 10% combined share of the British grocery market, double their share of only three years ago, new figures have revealed.
British wine writers went all-out in search of good value wines this week, with discount retailers and Asda’s celebrated Wine Atlas range making a strong showing.
Sotheby’s next London sale will feature Hermitage La Chapelle dating back to 1961 and other rare wines sourced from a Bavarian castle.
The team behind successful Wiltshire gastro-pub The Beckford Arms is set to open a wine shop in Tisbury next month.
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