Fine wine merchant Berry Bros & Rudd has had £100,000 worth of wine stolen from its Basingstoke warehouse after thieves cut through the wall.
Scotch single malt Ledaig has launched its oldest expression to date in the form of a 42 year old “robust” and “smoky” whisky.
A celebration of all things vinous will be taking place in London throughout the week of the London Wine Fair, beginning on Monday 18 May.
Carlsberg has capitalised on the controversial “beach body” advert recently rolled out across London transport, by asking if you are “beer body ready”.
With three short Burgundy vintages and the subsequent price hikes, savvy consumers are waking up to German Pinot Noir according to chef Martin Lam.
McGuigan Wines is launching a sparkling Semillon to take on Prosecco in the UK market.
The Confederation of British Industry will not appoint former Diageo boss Paul Walsh as its president because of his links to the Conservative party.
Bruichladdich will launch the seventh edition of Octomore in June, an expression that claims to be “the world’s most heavily peated whisky”.
The Labour party was wrong to bring in reforms to licensing laws that allowed for 24-hour drinking in England and Wales, the party’s health spokesman has said.
As the lines between the kitchen and bar blur, mixologists are raiding their spice cupboards for ingredients to use in their drinks. Here we round up London’s most exotic cocktails and where to enjoy them.
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