Chile’s wine industry is too brand driven according to one of the country’s leading boutique winemakers.
From Eva Green and The Noisettes, to flaming pastries, Piña Coladas and loquacious cockatoos, it’s been a colourful week in the drinks business.
It’s not everyday that Mick Jagger rocks up at your winery for an impromptu tour and ends up jamming on your piano.
The Institute of Masters of Wine has officially welcomed six new members and rewarded top performers in this year’s examinations.
A collection of Penfolds Grange spanning every vintage it was made from 1951 to 2010 has gone on sale at fine wine store Le Clos in Dubai for £358,596.
The UK drinks trade has delivered on a promise to improve health labelling of alcohol, but missed its overall target by a mere 0.7%.
English wine producer Hush Heath Estate has introduced a “more approachable” range to help broaden the appeal of English sparkling wine.
Singapore and south east Asia’s Indonesia, Malaysia and Taiwan are the most exciting markets in the region right now, thinks Justerini & Brooks’ MD.
The Hong Kong government has made a deal with mainland China allowing its wines to be shipped into the country without extra customs checks.
A Canadian labour union, promoting the Quebec liquor authority SAQ, has promised to remove a racist comment from its promotional video after a backlash of criticism.
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