Marlon Abela, owner of two Michelin-starred London restaurant The Greenhouse, has acquired a controlling stake in UK independent wine merchant OW Loeb.
Consumers aged 65 and over are most likely to bring cheap wine to parties according to a new study by Wine Intelligence.
New Zealand’s sixth largest exporter, Yealands Wine Group, has embarked on a strategic review with the aim of fast-tracking expansion plans.
Liv-ex’s Fine Wine 100 index is going up in the fourth quarter of this year – the first time there’s been a positive trend in that period in over three years.
Two magnums of 1961 Pétrus topped Sotheby’s New York sale last weekend, while the ex-cellar consignment of Paul Jaboulet was 100% sold.
Hew Blair, Justerini & Brooks’ chairman who this year will celebrate 40 years at the firm, speaks to the drinks business about his love of Pomerol and Pinot.
Global wine production is showing signs of increasing homogeneity as international varieties expand their share of the world’s vineyards.
There is no evidence “for or against” alcohol advertising restrictions reducing consumption, according to a recent review.
A new Food Crime Unit is setting itself against rising levels of wine fraud, amid claim drinks companies aren’t doing enough to help prevent crime.
A “hypnotist thief” used distraction techniques made famous by TV illusionist Derren Brown to pickpocket the owner of a wine merchant in north London.
© 2015 Union Press Ltd | Unit 122, 30 Great Guildford Street, London SE1 0HS, UK | Registered in England and Wales No. 03606414 | Tel: +44 (0)20 7803 2420