The UK’s biggest supermarket and drinks retailer Tesco is planning to cut its range of wine, beer and spirits by a third, according to reports.
Wine is now the most popular alcoholic drink in the UK having overtaken beer, according to research commissioned by the WSTA.
A Burgundy producer is hoping to raise at least £1.9 million by offering shares through a campaign hosted by UK-based crowdfunding platform Seedrs.
The UK government has no plans to lower the drink drive limit in England following changes to the law in Scotland, says roads minister Robert Goodwill MP.
Côtes du Rhône Wines has launched its 2015 UK marketing programme to build on the region’s “Think Red, Think Côtes du Rhône” campaign.
UK restaurant lists are getting shorter, and their fine wine selections are increasingly moving away from the classics, according to one influential UK supplier.
The Society of Independent Brewers (SIBA) has unveiled its keen lineup of speakers for BeerX, its celebration of British beer taking place in Sheffield this March.
A decade of decline in UK beer sales has come to an end following a 1.3% rise in 2014, but the future of UK pubs is still “fragile”.
Diageo’s overall revenue fell flat in the first half, with the continued slowdown in China, Russia and North America hampering its efforts to return to growth.
Scottish brewer BrewDog has launched a global import and export division, announcing an exclusive supply deal with US craft brewer Stone Brewing Co.
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