Bibendum is to launch a range of premium sakes aimed at the on-trade and independent merchants to satisfy “increasing demand”.
Londoners are choosing to spend more on wine, according to UK restaurant group D&D, which saw the average spend on a bottle increase by 6.5% in December.
The Wine and Spirit Trade Association is calling on the drinks industry to get behind its campaign to end an “unfair” alcohol super-tax – one month before this year’s UK budget is set.
One of the Thienpont brothers has sold his two Médoc properties, including one in Margaux, to a Chinese state-owned energy firm.
It is with great sadness that the drinks business reports the death of Michael Cox who passed away yesterday afternoon.
The rise of premium wine sales in the US has prompted a number of new winery and hospitality centres to spring up at some of the best GPS coordinates in Napa Valley.
Prosecco brand Bottega has launched a Venetian-style “bacaro” on board the MS Viking Cinderella cruise ferry in the Baltic Sea.
You would expect Italy and France to make a top 10 of wine consuming countries per capita, but data from the California Wine Institute also threw up a few surprises.
One of the most challenging jobs in global drinks has gone to an executive with no experience of the wine industry.
Supermarket giant Sainsbury’s is to put calorie-labelling on 20 of its own brand wines as it is revealed that 85% of Britons don’t know the calorie content of a glass of wine.
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