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Hungarian food-and-wine wine specialist Malux will be showcasing around 80 wines and spirits from 11 small, family producers at its spring London tasting in March.
Champagne Deutz is to be the official champagne partner for the 2016 season of the Garsington Opera.
Northern Ireland’s Rademon Estate Distillery has launched a limited edition cask-aged expression of its award-winning Shortcross Gin.
Old-established wine supplier Ehrmanns will be showcasing its latest partnerships at its annual portfolio tastings in London and Manchester next week.
Family-owned Dorset brewer, Hall & Woodhouse, has partnered with the Together for Short Lives charity to raise £250,000 over the next two years.
The Kent-based Chapel Down winery has released England’s first single-varietal Albariño.
Champagne house Moët & Chandon is bringing its Moët Academy pop-up back to London this year, after its successful inaugural outing in 2015.
Moray distillery Benromach has released a 35-year-old whisky, one of its rarest single malts to date.
The wines and spirits division of luxury goods group LVMH posted sales growth of 16% in 2015, with organic growth at 6%, the company has reported.
Wines from Rioja is to extend its marketing activities in the UK as sales of Rioja continue to outpace the market.
Leading UK distributor Hallgarten is to launch Argentinian winery Piattelli in the UK as demand for Argentine wines from its customers grows.
New Zealand winemaker Invivo has secured a long-term lease on a 114-year-old winery originally operated by New Zealand wine pioneer Romeo Bragato.
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