UK wine merchant Berry Bros. & Rudd has revamped its Basingstoke retail outlet to create the Warehouse Shop, which opens later this week.
A gruelling challenge which saw The Benevolent’s Chris Porter visit all 91 of the UK’s league football grounds without a car has raised just under £30,000.
With London Wine Week around the corner, we round up the top 10 events to seek out when the town will be painted red, white and rosé.
A travel company is offering a one-off 10-stop world tour sampling some of its most expensive drinks. We take a look at what the £750,000 ticket will buy you.
Following several days of judging last week, we are delighted to reveal the shortlisted entries for the drinks business Awards 2014.
The second bi-annual international trade fair for the wines of Alsace will take place next month showcasing the best of the region’s wines.
Bidders of the auction house’s e-auction “e-xperience” will this year have the chance go bowling with a star vintner and learn to tango with a historic winemaking family.
A slide in supermarket own label sales is holding back Champagne’s UK performance but provides a major driving force for Prosecco, according to Champagne Lanson’s third Annual Category Report.
Matthew Jukes picks a “racy rosé” in honour of English Wine Week, while David Williams recommends a wines which “capture the spirit and flavour of Brazil” ahead of the World Cup.
Christie’s sale of wines from Sir Alex Ferguson’s collection made over £2 million (HK$29.3m) this weekend in Hong Kong.
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