With Champagne reporting a 6.5% decline in shipments for the first half of 2012, a report has called on producers to reduce their reliance on European markets.
Luxury department store Fortnum & Mason has announced the launch of its Food and Drink Awards, which will seek to recognise the best of the UK’s food and drink media.
The Wine & Spirit Trade Association (WSTA) has warned consumers that they could face a huge price hike for Christmas drinks, if the government’s plans for minimum alcohol pricing go ahead.
Michael Hill-Smith MW’s decision to launch a new wine brand from Tasmania is further proof the island has grabbed the attention of Australia’s leading winemakers.
A London-based drinks wholesaler will target “phenomenal” growth in the UK’s events industry with a specialist focus on British produce when it begins trading in the new year.
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The fourth instalment of our top 50 powerful women in wine reveals those ranked from 20 to 11.
American neo-pop artist Jeff Koons has designed the 2010 label of Pauillac first growth Château Mouton Rothschild.
Robert Parker has stressed that he is not stepping down from The Wine Advocate as details emerged about the magazine’s new Singaporean investor.
Jacob’s Creek is to release its first biodynamic wine through its visitor centre in the Barossa Valley.
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