Torres has returned to the number one slot in Drinks International’s ‘The World’s Most Admired Wine Brands’ survey.
The Spanish wine industry is finally coming of age, according to an experienced observer and operator.
The Control Board of DOCa Rioja (The Consejo Regulador Denominación de Origen Calificada Rioja) has officially rated the 2013 vintage “good”.
The Consejo Regulador of Rioja (Wines from Rioja) has announced that Rioja sales have reached 277 million litres in 2013, surpassing the all-time record set before the global economic downturn.
Spain may be Old World but it is arguably the least Old World of the major wine producing countries. Christian Davis reports
Wine Country Ontario won Best Generic Wine Body at the Wine Tourism Awards 2013.
Gin is trading on the complexities of its flavour profile to cash in on the cocktail boom. Patience Gould finds a booming super-premium sector
The Sherry Institute of Spain has appointed Beltrán Domecq as its new president.
The Diego Zamora group has reported that its Licor 43 brand finished 2011 with sales of 500 000 cases worldwide, 4.2 million liters, which represents an increase of more than 25% over 2010.
Spain/Portugal/Italy: Diageo has launched two ready to serve cocktails. The J&B Manhattan is to sell for €9.99 (70cl) and will roll out across Spain’s off-trade this month. J&B blended scotch whisky is mixed with cherry and cranberry flavours as well as citrus and the product has an ABV of 14.9%.