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The pending deal to merge mega brewers AB InBev and AB Miller has been given the green light by each company’s shareholders.
The world’s largest tequila producer, which has been family owned and run by direct descendants of the actual Jose Cuervo since the 18th century, is filing for an initial public offering.
The 10th edition of charity auction of high-end cognacs raised a record amount for Fondation Apprentis d’Auteuil, an organisation which has helped underprivileged young people and vulnerable families for 150 years.
Frost, mildew and scalding weather in 2016 has had a “major impact” on Champagne, accounting for as much as 80% crop losses in one area before the harvest even began.
The Dirty Dozen tasting held yesterday in London attracted sommeliers and buyers from across the trade looking for more esoteric and off the beaten track wines.
In response to increasing consumer demand for home-grown fizz, Aldi is launching its first English sparkling wine.
Wines from Rioja is once again preparing to unveil its 10x10 line-up of some of the region’s most outstanding wines.
Aldi’s Christmas wine and spirit ranges provides some great insight into where the business may go over the next 12 months including an expanded range of premium wine and spirit products.
Concha y Toro’s Isla Negra brand has partnered with English Heritage to offer two-for-one entry into all the sites the organisation looks after.
William Grant & Sons premium spirit business reported an 8.9% increase in profits after tax hitting record high of £147.4m.
Aldi is trialling a new ‘craft’ wine range in 50cl stubbies in effort to attract more millennials over the Christmas trading period into the wine category.
The Wine and Spirit Education Trust’s chief executive Ian Harris has told Harpers that the USA represents “a massive opportunity for growth” and will be the next big focus for the educational trust
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