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22 February, 2017

The fourth John Walker Private Collection

Diageo has unveiled the fourth John Walker & Sons Private Collection expression.

The whisky industry has reacted with shock and sadness at the death of whisky expert Dr Jim Swan, a Scotsman who helped to establish new and innovative distilleries across the word.

We’ve asked the best bars in the world to rank their best-selling classic cocktails. Hamish Smith presents the countdown

Alexandre Ricard, Pernod Ricard’s chairman and CEO, was broadly happy with the company’s +4% sales and profits for the half year to February.

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Fever-Tree bosses Tim Warrillow and Charles Rolls are set to extend their mixers range, responding to “pent up demand” in the sector.

What brands are favoured by the world’s best bars in classic cocktails? Hamish Smith shares our poll’s results

It takes a lot to make it on to a bars report list and even more to repeat the process. Hamish Smith salutes the brands with the staying power

DI Annual Bar Report: Liqueurs

09 February, 2017

The rising popularity of bitter drinks have helped shake up this category, says Holly Motion

TFWA has revealed its programme for the third TFWA China’s Century Conference, held in partnership with APTRA and officially hosted by Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport Co.

Chilean wine producer, Viña Santa Rita, has announced that it is to partner with COFCO W&W International Co in China.

Bacalta is Glenmorangie’s eighth and latest annual release in its Private Edition range.

Gruppo Campari has announced the acquisition of super premium gin, Bulldog for US$58.4 million (€54.1m).

Glendalough, a seasonal gin-maker from Ireland, will release an “all-seasons” expression called Glendalough Wild Botanical Gin to the UK later this month.

The first annual Vinisud show in Montpellier has been hailed a success for attracting more than 20,000 buyers and almost 7,000 international visitors.

The Scotch Whisky Association (SWA) has called for a 2% cut in excise duty in its budget submission to the UK government’s Treasury.

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Like the Mafia and Royalty, the wine trade sets a great deal of store by the concept of family.

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