The ninth Hong Kong International Wine & Spirits Fair ended last week after a successful three days but visitor numbers did not appear to rise on last year.
Upmarket retailer Waitrose is targeting consumers with the launch of its first two-day Waitrose Drinks Festival in central London.
Sheep, burgers, bubbles, bitters, bling and virtual reality all featured in our whistle stop trip to ProWein this week.
Vinexpo doesn’t need to run for the full five days because no visitor stays more than three, according to the CEO of the biennial Bordeaux wine and spirits fair, Guillaume Deglise.
Flying cucumbers, 2CVs, tea bars, red trousers, distillery cats and vintage Champagne; it’s been a colourful week in the drinks industry.
We asked seven drinks industry professionals attending ProWein how they plan to make the most out of this year’s fair.
Despite celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, ProWein is holding back further expansion until next year when there will be major changes to the show.
From London to Hong Kong via Dusseldorf, we take a tour of the key wine and spirits exhibitions of 2014.
Financial Secretary John Tsang opens the sixth Hong Kong International Wine and Spirits Fair with a nod to 2008 and a look towards the future of the wine industry in Hong Kong
Vinexpo is cancelling its first ever wine fair in Mainland China, which was due to take place in Beijing on 2-3 June 2014.
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