With the news that the UK is set to become a major exporter of wine by 2100, we look at some of the more unusual places that British producers are growing grapes.
Two 120-year-old bottles of Welsh whisky have sold for £14,500 at auction, setting a precedent for whiskies of this age and origin in the future.
The UKVA has welcomed the news that Defra is considering the UK rejoining the International Organisation of Vine and Wine (OIV), vowing to work towards a “clear commitment” to do so.
The government has sought to calm fears over UK trade following Brexit by publishing a template to boost exports of British booze globally.
Tiny Rebel brewery reveals new site plans to support growth
Mid-Wales’s first ever commercial distillery has launched a gin made with 19 botanicals foraged from a Unesco ‘biosphere’ site.
No less than 37 new English wine producers entered the industry last year to meet growing consumer demand for English sparkling wine.
Welsh mineral water brand, Ty Nant, has launched a redesigned company website and enhanced its social media presence.
The Welsh biodynamic wine producer Ancre Hill Estates has moved towards tripling its production with the planting of 8,000 new vines on 11 acres of land in Monmouthshire.
The chain of Western-themed bars that inspired the 2000 hit film Coyote Ugly is to open its first venue in the UK.
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