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Natural Selection: the rise of organic wine

Low-intervention wines, whether they be made organically, biodynamically or naturally, are becoming increasingly popular. Edith Hancock reports.

Prosecco: Traders of the lost arc

while Prosecco may be an undoubted success, many producers are attempting to persuade sellers and consumers to trade up to better quality – and more expensive – versions of the popular Italian fizz. Lauren Eads investigates

Let’s talk about Sekt, baby

With the increasing popularity of sparkling wines, the time is ripe for Germany’s fizz, Sekt, to make its mark. Given that it is essentially starting from a blank slate, producers have a rare opportunity to lure consumers, finds Lauren Eads.


International Bulk Wine & Spirits Show (IBWSS)

25th Jul 2018

Cape Wine 2018

Cape Town,South Africa
12th Sep 2018

The Wine & Spirits Show

London,United Kingdom
12th Oct 2018


5th Nov 2018
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Hot new London bar openings

Our latest round up of new drinking dens in the capital features an Indian gastropub with a whisky vending machine, a King’s Road saloon, and a tiki bar where you can blend your own rum.

Hot new London restaurant openings

Our latest round-up of openings in the capital includes a lobster shack, Turkish pasta specialist and an Oscar Wilde-inspired venue in a Grade II listed former Baptist church.

The week in pictures

This week in the world of drinks; Tinie Tempah works the circuit, JD Wetherspoon frames a Champagne loss as a Brexit victory, Ryan Reynolds walks out of an interview with himself, and beavers provide vital fluids for the bourbon industry…