Tesco has been found to have overstated its profits by £263m, £14m more than first thought, as it revealed today that its post-tax profits are down 92%.
Harrods’ wine department has held its first Prestige Bordeaux Tasting in London, which included top clarets from first growths and older vintages.
A fraudster who went around supermarkets tricking them into refunding cash for wine he had not bought has been jailed.
A tropical Chardonnay with a “smoke-edged crème brûlée effect”, a manzanilla and a “wacky” white Russian make for an eclectic set of wine recommendations.
Valpolicella producer Tedeschi Family Winery has joined UK importer John E Fells on an exclusive distribution basis.
Pernod Ricard has predicted organic profit increase of “between +1% and +3%” for 2014/15, as it announced a return to growth in its first quarter.
The opening of Gaucho’s first Asian restaurant and its all-Argentine list is a chance for the country to promote its wines, according to its director of wine.
Symington Family Estates Asia Pacific marketing manager, Jorge Nuñes, on the market for rare Port in the region as the company prepares to launch the Grahams’ 1882 Ne Oublie in Hong Kong.
Harrods’ wine buyer, Ed Gerard, reveals the top-grossing wines and spirits at the famous Knightsbridge store in the year to date.
Canada and Mexico have threatened the US with trade sanctions and increases in wine tax after the World Trade Organisation ruled US tariffs to be illegal.
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