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Audrey Tautou on the red carpet, French brands get sophisticated

Analysis: French brands are now adopting sophisticated day brand building plans Subscription

09 Jun 2015 | By Erin Smith

France is often seen as the most traditional of the world’s wine regions but, as Erin Smith discovers, things are often far more modern than meets the eye.

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Sarah Dickson Scotch Whisky Association

Ambassador to Guatemala and Honduras will head London office for whisky body

29 Jun 2015 | By Nigel Huddleston

The Scotch Whisky Association has recruited the UK’s ambassador to Guatemala and Honduras to be its director of global affairs.

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Wine glass evolution

The modern wine list is not 'dead', just evolving Subscription

09 Jun 2015 | By Erin Smith

Despite going through a significant evolution over the past 20-something years, the modern-day wine list is not ‘dead’ as some say, simply different.

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The Grill at the Dorchester

The Dorchester: a quality grilling Subscription

10 Apr 2015 | By Douglas Blyde

The Dorchester’s flagship restaurant has had something of a makeover. Douglas Blyde heads to the ‘perfect hotel’ to investigate

Ash crushed loin of venision at The Chancery

Douglas Blyde enjoys a trip to Dickensian London and the delights of The Chancery

01 Apr 2015 | By Douglas Blyde

Referencing the area’s law firms, “The Chancery” comes into focus halfway down Cursitor Street. It is a slice of London immortalised in arguably Charles Dickens’ greatest work, “Bleak House”, featuring: “Sol’s Arms Tavern”, “Krook’s Rag and Bottle Shop”, and, perhaps most evocatively, “Coavinses Sponging House” (a temporary debtor’s prison).

Ed and Tom Martin

Tom and Ed Martin head to Suffolk to open their first pub outside London

20 Mar 2015 | By Richard Siddle

Tom and Ed Martin, who have been building up an impressive range of pubs across London as part of their privately-owned ETM Group, are now set to venture outside the capital and head to Lavenham in Suffolk to open their first rural pub, The Six Bells.

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