Brit shoppers spent an extra £27.7 million on beer and cider during the first week of the World Cup, new figures show
English footballers may lack a bit of fizz in Brazil but there’s top tier competition closer to home, and sparkling at that.
Stoli starts “100 Days to Squeeze” campaign in US with Stoli-branded lemonade trucks and night events.
A new report has welcomed progress being made by UK retailers in tackling underage alcohol sales, but highlighted the emergence of a number of challenging trends.
Cornish winery, Camel Valley, could see its winemaker, Sam Lindo, awarded the title of International Sparkling Wine Producer of the Year.
Domaine de la Romanée-Conti and Pétrus predictably dominated Sotheby’s latest London sale but vintage Port and 1961 Latour was also “snapped up” by buyers.
Pol Roger officially launched the 2002 vintage of Sir Winston Churchill yesterday, following record sales of this prestige cuvée in the UK market last year.
Heading the wine development team at Tesco and chairing the WSET, Laura Jewell MW is a shining light for women in the wine industry.
The Scotch Whisky Association has signed a cooperation agreement with Tequila’s regulatory body to help the mutual protection of the two spirits.
The Antique Wine Company has today moved to dismiss a lawsuit brought against it by a US businessman saying his “exaggerated” claims amount to “extortion”.
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