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    15 decadent autumn drinks

    As the nights draw in, Londoners start to seek out cosy armchairs and log fires. We’ve cherry picked 15 autumnal cocktails on pour across the capital to ease you into this most decadent of seasons.

    Petit Mouton leads 2014 risers

    Second wines of the first growths and big Right Bank names have been the best performers for the crop of Bordeaux 2014.

    Is Château Miraval about to go on sale?

    Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are reportedly preparing to put their Provence wine estate, Château Miraval, up for sale.

The Wine Show Chelsea in pictures

This year’s Wine Show Chelsea saw more than 2,000 wine enthusiasts stream through its doors for the chance to taste more than 500 wines, medal-winning brews, bespoke G&Ts and expert masterclasses.



Great Barrier brew in new venture

An Australian company behind a crowd-funded beer sold for the benefit of the Great Barrier Reef has launched a new competition to find the next drink in its range.

Suertes del Marqués in pictures

A pictorial tour through the vineyards and cellar of Tenerife winery Suertes del Marqués, with a detour up the island’s spectacular volcano, El Teide.

The Loire in pictures

A pictorial round-up from a tour of the Loire’s ‘hidden gems’, which saw a small group of UK wine buyers uncover deliciously niche offerings from this great wine valley, from white Chinon to sweet Chenin – and one feline.

Man wakeboards through flooded vineyard

Storms may have devastated vineyards across South Australia, but this thrill seeker chose to make the best of the situation.


The week in pictures

The launch of Royal Tokaji’s Essencia 2008, Jack Daniel’s descending on Glasgow, harvest time at Jenkyn Place and all the fun of the Wine Show Chelsea make the cut for this week’s week in pictures.

Brewer creates world’s most expensive crisp

A Swedish craft brewer has created what it believes to be the perfect accompaniment to its brews – five individually handmade crisps priced at £45 (US$56).

Smallest pub in the UK opens

The tiniest pub in Britain will open its doors in the London borough of Greenwich tomorrow that’s smaller than the perimeter of a snooker table.

New gluten-free barley trials a ‘game-changer’ for beer

An Edinburgh micro-brewery is trialing a new gluten-free barley from Australia which it claims could be a game-changer for the free-from beer market.

Metaxa’s adventurous new spirit

Geoffrey Dean reports on Greek spirit brand Metaxa’s bold move to recruit South African adventurer Mike Horn as its new brand ambassador.

by Geoffrey Dean

Why ShockTop’s ‘greatest SuperBowl ad ever’ was a failure

Advertising guru Dan Fox gives us his take on why ShockTop's $5 million, self-proclaimed "greatest SuperBowl ad of all time" failed. by Dan Fox

The promise of India

Last week we were lucky enough to be able to spend a day at the delightful Sula Vineyard, a hair-raising three hour drive north east of Mumbai. What has that got to do with wine investment, you may ask? by Philip Staveley

Languedoc needn’t cost the earth

The Languedoc-Roussillon is the world's biggest wine region and while previously the area was known more for bulk wine production than for quality, that is changing. by Robin Goldsmith
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Strong spirits and US sales boosts Remy Cointreau

Strong sales of liqueur and cognac sales boosted Remy Cointreau, which saw organic sales of 4.1% to €513.4 million in the first six months of the year.

Constellation Brands sells off Canadian business

Constellation Brands has sold its Canadian business to an Ontario-based teachers’ pension plan for CAN$1 billion.

Macallan Double Cask ‘unites worlds’

The Macallan’s latest single malt creation, the 12-year-old ‘Double Cask’, unites the worlds of its Sherry and Fine Oak ranges the distillery has said.

Longmorn unveils two single malt whiskies

Chivas Brothers’ single malt whisky Longmorn has released two new bottlings; Longmorn 23 Year Old and a reinterpretation of its Longmorn 16 Year Old, completing a trio of single malt whiskies.

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The week in pictures

Brompton bike polo, aerobatics displays, dogs in knitted sweaters and a biltong bonanza at Borough Market – just another ordinary week in the drinks industry…

Top 10 London wine lists by originality

Wine List Confidential reveals London’s top 10 expert-rated wine lists that provoke a ‘What’s going on here, then?’ sort of response.

Top 10 most powerful winemakers in Chile

Based on the volumes of bottled wine exported from Chile between June 2015 and May 2016, we round up the country’s 10 biggest winemakers.

The five ultimate Syrahs from the Global Masters

Following the drinks business Global Syrah Masters, we round up the competition’s top five wines – examples deemed so exceptional they were awarded the title of Master by our panel of judges.


Modern Wine Fables – Bordeaux: Futures

The third and final Modern Wine Fable; a journalist would do anything for a scoop, wouldn’t they?

Modern Wine Fables – Loire: Offering

In the second of our Modern Wine Fables, it might be wiser not to push a biodynamic producer to the edge, still worse over it. You may regret it.

Modern Wine Fables – Burgundy: Appreciation

In the first of three new fictional ‘Modern Wine Fables’, what happens when the world’s greatest wine becomes too expensive to drink?

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‘Incredible’ results for Avery family cellar

Christie’s auction of the Avery family’s fine wine cellar in London this week saw “incredible results”, according to the auctioneer.

Champagne 2016: no rush to celebration… yet

After the vineyards were battered by a series of atrocious weather at the beginning of the year, the state of the harvest in Champagne in 2016 has given producers some cause for hope.

Margaux appoints new managing director

Château Margaux has appointed Philippe Bascaules as its new managing director but he will also remain director of winemaking at Inglenook in California.

Henri Giraud to open 0% stainless steel cellar

Champagne Henri Giraud is to open a “pioneering” new cellar this November with 0% stainless steel.


Champagne Masters 2016: the results

This year’s Champagne Masters showed that the quality in the sector is very high. Patrick Schmitt MW takes a look at who took away the top awards at the blind tasting.

Champagne to dominate NYC auction

Sotheby’s fine wine sale in New York this November will feature over 1,000 lots of Bollinger, Krug and top Burgundy.

Mumm unveils Grand Cordon bottle in HK

To mark the culmination of the Hong Kong E Prix, Maison Mumm has launched its ‘innovative’ Grand Cordon bottle in Asia which has the iconic red sash indented directly onto the glass.

Cristal 2009: best to jump in early

The 2009 vintage of Louis Roederer’s Cristal is now being offered and with back vintages of top Champagnes rising in price it’s a good idea to jump in early.

UK wine trade: ‘the best of times, the worst of times’

It’s ‘the best of times and the worst of times’ for UK wine businesses, according to Andrew Hawes, managing director of London-based wine shipper Mentzendorff.