Ahead of our upcoming January issue that welcomes in the new year with a look at green initiatives in the drinks trade, here we round up 10 producers and companies taking ecology seriously.
Gonzalez Byass UK is to take on the distribution of Tokaji estate Disznókő after more than ten years with on-trade specialists Champagnes & Châteaux, which is owned by Groupe Thiénot.
Miles Mossop, winemaker at South Africa’s Tokara wine estate in Stellenbosch, has been named the new chairman of the Cape Winemakers Guild.
Vinopolis, which calls itself London’s “leading wine experience”, will be closing its doors in just a few days’ time.
Next year’s Australia Day tastings will be the biggest yet with consecutive events planned for London, Dublin and Edinburgh.
UK retailer Tesco opened “hangover help” stalls in three of its London stores on Friday following what was expected to be the country’s busiest night for office Christmas parties.
The Institute of Masters of Wine has announced that its quadrennial symposium will be held in Spain for the first time in June 2018.
A golden flute worth £50,000 has been stolen from under the feet of a musician drinking at a London wine bar.
It’s Christmas, and you’re searching for a gift for a fellow drink enthusiast, but you need to be careful not to drift too far into the realm of kitsch. See what you make of these suggestions.
A one-off collection of Michel Chapoutier’s 2010 Ermitage in Methuselah has sold in Dubai for over US$33,000.
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