Welsh brewery Brains toasted the Nato Summit with three beers named after world leaders in attendance.
Pernod Ricard could raise and spend “a few billion euros” on the right acquisition, if one came along, according to its deputy chairman and joint chief executive.
An old vine Carignan, imminent Franciacorta revival and a selection of German wines got UK wine writers’ tongues wagging this week.
González Byass UK will host its annual portfolio tasting this month marking 10 years since it launched in the UK.
Two new porters inspired by recipes found in the diaries of two former brewers from 1796 and 1801 have been unveiled by Guinness.
Hess Family Wine Estates has moved the UK distribution of its Australian Peter Lehmann Wines and Napa Hess Collection Winery to Liberty Wines.
Simon Staples, the larger than life sales director for Berry Bros. & Rudd Asia, talks classic films, Don Simon and his desert island vine.
Chapel Down is expecting its 2014 crop to be 10% bigger than its record 2013 harvest following an “exceptionally challenging” few years.
A unique tasting which sees three of the southern hemisphere’s biggest wine-producing nations join forces is returning to the UK this month.
A US perfumer is set to launch its collection of quirky scents onto the British high street starting with one of its bestsellers – Gin & Tonic.
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