It’s official: women are naturally better tasters than men according to Dr Deborah Parker, beer sommelier and associate director at Marketing Sciences.
In an industry historically dominated by men, women are now smashing through wine’s glass ceiling with the number of female MW students now surpassing that of men.
The days of Italian wine being a man’s world are fading as many daughters take over the reins. Tom Bruce-Gardyne meets 10 women making a difference.
From bloggers and event organisers to distributors and distillers there are plenty of women doing their bit to shake up the typically perceived male dominated world of whisky.
Britain’s women dealt with the anguish of their men fighting on the World War One frontline by heading down to the pub, according to old newspapers that are now available to search online.
High alcohol consumption before a woman’s first pregnancy may raise the risk of her developing breast cancer, new research suggests.
Britons are most likely to open their first bottle of wine of the week at 6.53pm on a Wednesday, research has found.
Wine has a reputation as a male-dominated, sexist field to work in, but the great myth in the trade is that there aren’t many women working within it.
Scotland’s Isle of Arran Distillers is one of the most recent whisky brands to appoint a female ambassador.
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