Excitement about Tasmania is playing an important role in reinvigorating interest in the Australian wine industry as a whole, according to one producer.
Berry Bros & Rudd is to recreate the iconic Judgment of Paris tasting of 1976 in which wine experts shocked the French wine industry by rating two Californian wines over their French counterparts.
A vodka packaged in a gun-shaped bottle has been found in breach of UK marketing laws for its “inappropriate” links to violence and aggression.
Now that the dust has settled from this year’s Budget, City analysts and commentators are looking beyond the freeze on spirits duties and the abandonment of the alcohol duty escalator.
The vast majority of UK wine is sold for little more than a fiver with most Brits unlikely to pay any more than £6 a bottle, figures have revealed.
Two cases of Romanee-Conti’s 1990 vintage led sales at recent auctions in London and New York selling for £28,000 a piece.
Westons Cider has set out ambitious plans to double its sales following predictions that the UK cider market will continue to outperform other drinks categories for the “forseeable future”.
Olly Smith picks a South African red which he said was as “intense as a hug from a giant”, while Terry Kirby recommends a “smooth and silky” Beaujolais.
As the popularity of craft beer grows many restaurateurs are revamping their beer lists to keep up with demand. Here, we hunt down 10 of the best fine dining beers.
Edinburgh-based brewer, Innis & Gunn, has reported a “phenomenal” 9,000% rise in US sales over the last four years.
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