Tim Hall, director of Scala Wine School, clinched second place at this year’s Champagne Ambassador’s competition.
Olly Smith recommends a “red that is great for a week-night feast” while Susy Atkins picks out a “compelling and complex” Australian dessert wine.
A brewery in Wales has created an oyster stout brewed with locally caught oysters to help revive the area’s once thriving industry.
The time has come once again for the annual Côtes du Rhône quiz night, but this year the organiser, Inter Rhône, has decided to surprise the guests.
As well as an MW in the stocks this week in the drinks trade also saw a touch of Hollywood and fashion royalty make an appearance.
Singha Beer from Thailand has been named as the official beer of the 2013 Rugby League World Cup, which kicks off on Saturday, when England tackle Australia at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff.
A case of 1961 Château Latour à Pomerol from the cellars of its one-time owner, Madame Lacoste-Loubat, was sold for over £100,000 at auction this week.
A 67% beer has been created by a Scottish brewery, which already held the record for brewing the world’s strongest ale, after fans said the first was “too weak”.
Three people have been arrested by UK police for allegedly selling fictitious wine through a fake wine investment company, Worldwide Wine Investments.
Stock Spirits, the Buckinghamshire-based company which is the largest producer of vodka in Poland and the Czech Republic, made a successful debut on the London stock market earlier this week.
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