The Wine Explorers get to the heart of Hong Kong’s fine wine scene interviewing top wine professionals Debra Meiburg MW and Eddison Leung, buying manager for Watson’s Wine.
The impact of China’s austerity measures continue to hurt the Australian wine industry, but China’s middle classes are emerging as its potential saviour.
The cheeky cork behinds of two women make a pert appearance in this week’s round up, while the Great British Beer Festival kicks off in Kensington.
An alcohol delivery app has teamed up with an underwear company to offer a raunchy bespoke drinks service.
Russian authorities have banned imports of Ukraine’s alcohol products, ramping up drinks industry fears over the continued crisis.
Chile’s VSPT Wine Group is to launch a new label for off-beat wines under the name Los Despedidos – meaning ‘the dismissed’.
Lobster pots, pie makers and diving equipment are just some of the bizarre online purchases made by Brits under the influence, it has emerged.
From Bogart’s immortal “of all the gin joints in all the world”, to Ron Burgundy’s simply put “I love Scotch”, some of the best movie moments happen with a glass in hand.
Waitrose Cellar has launched its first vegetarian mixed wine case accompanied by a vegetarian recipe booklet and wine pairing guide.
A US company has developed a drone capable of scaring away vineyard pests and collecting vital environmental data for winemakers.
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