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French winemaker JP Chenet is moving into the dispense on-trade market in partnership with Vimto Out Of Home.
As one of the biggest dates in the UK industry’s calendar, expectations are high for the London Wine Fair at Kensington Olympia next week. Harpers.co.uk gives you gets the lowdown on this year’s main event London Wine Fair 2016
Independent whisky producers Isle of Arran Distillers is preparing to build a new site in response to increasing visitors numbers to the their Lochranza distillery.
The 36th London Wine Fair is touting itself as the most technologically advanced wine event in the world.
One of South Africa’s major players is marking 20 years in the business with investment in a vineyard analysis programme and new grape varietals.
Italy, France and Spain continue to dominate in terms of production, but who is drinking the most wine?
Online retailer and bidding platform eBay has launched a wine specific site in the US called eBay Wine.
Kingsland Drinks has unveiled its new carbonation line – a first for a bottler in the UK.
Birmingham’s first full-scale festival of rum is coming to the city this summer.
Leah de Felice Renton tells who her muscial heroes are and her one muscial regret.
“Unfairly maligned” Tequila is making a comeback with customers taking a less-but-better approach when it comes to selecting the Mexican tipple.
Jascots Wine Merchants, specialist supplier to the on-trade and independent merchants, is rolling out seven day delivery services for its London customers. ??It is the first company to offer Sunday delivery services which it will be providing through its own delivery vans.
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