The annual Christmas uplift for the wine and spirits sector is set to rely heavily on the “premium” end of the market this year, according to Pernod Ricard UK.
Spanish reds have a “wonderful opportunity” in China, according to Alun Griffiths MW, new international director for Beijing’s VATS Liquor.
Will Lyons recommends a “superb” wine with a “spicy acidity and savoury finish” while Katie Kelly Bell picks out “one of the best values in white wine on the market.”
It used to be called a corkscrew but US manufacturer Coravin is so confident in its “transformational” technology that it has come up with a completely new name.
Wine suppliers to the UK need more than just a strong brand to shift significant volumes in the supermarket sector.
The International Wine & Spirit Competition has put forward 28 UK wine and spirit retailers for a public vote to decide which one will be named Independent Retailer of the Year 2013.
Gagan Sharma recommends a “clean and easy drinking” white wine, while Wai Xin picks out a “vibrant and youthful” Chardonnay.
Bettane and Desseauve’s London Wine Experience is returning to the capital’s Saatchi Gallery in Chelsea for the second year running.
Crown Cellars, the specialist wine and spirits division of Carlsberg UK, has released a range of wines known as the O&E, or the Open and Enjoy range.
Tesco has announced that it three wines from the restaurant chain ‘Jamie’s Italian’ will be sold exclusively in 500 Tesco stores around the UK.
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