The drinks industry has contributed its fair share of imaginative, inspiring and humorous adverts to the small screen over the years – but these are perhaps some of the most memorable.
Peter Csizmadia-Honigh is leaving his role as education manager for the Institute of Masters of Wine with a plan to write the first book on Indian wine.
David Beckham’s new whisky, launched in partnership with Diageo, has hit the shelves at Selfridges in London.
Conviviality Retail, owner of UK convenience store brands Wine Rack and Bargain Booze, has outlined “a significant opportunity” for its business after its pre-tax profits jumped by 31.5%.
With the summer drinking season well underway, this week’s list is packed full of light, easy-drinking rosé, white and sparkling wines – perfect for soaking up the sun.
The International Wine & Spirit Competition has teamed up with Waitrose to search for a winner of this year’s Julian Brind Memorial Award for Outstanding Achievement.
An independent brewery in Wales has won a two-year battle to be allowed to mark its glasses as Welsh “peints”, rather than pints.
Tesco wine fairs are set to return in the Autumn with a move to Earls Court for its London show to cope with increasing demand.
Thousands of litres of beer are to be poured down the drain following the emergency closure of a UK brewery found to be overrun with rats.
Total sales of drinks in the UK during the World Cup are expected to top at £1bn as it draws to a close this week, but sales overall have failed to fizz.
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