Havana Club has unveiled The Havana Club Professional Edition range which has been specifically developed to target bartenders.

Havana Club has unveiled a new label for its Havana Club Añejo Especial rum that reflects the vibrancy of Cuba and aims to communicate the "quality and authentic" production process of the rum.

The Millionaires' Club 2014

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Welcome to The Millionaires' Club 2014.

The Millionaires’ Club is Drinks International’s ranking of the biggest selling brands in the global spirits industry.

For qualification brands must achieve global sales volumes of 1 million 9-litre cases or more.

This year the list comprises 179 spirits and liqueurs from all corners of the world, with notable brands entering and dropping out of the 2014 list.

Alongside the Full Listing, this year's supplement includes the Market Overview and a breakdown of brands by spirits category. 

There are sections on the Fastest Growing spirits and the Major Players that operate million-case brands.

We picked out our Ones to Watch for next year, and we speak to Officer's Choice owner ABD about building the biggest whisky brand in the world.

Żubrówka Biała has gained inclusion into The Millionaires’ Club 2012 after becoming CEDC’s second biggest brand and the world's 83rd largest selling spirit in 2011.

French bartender Julien Escot became the Havana Club Grand Prix cocktail champion for 2012 yesterday, after prevailing from a field of 40 bartenders.

Havana Club owners Cuba Ron and Pernod Ricard are lobbying for the creation of a geographical denomination for Cuban rum.

The Millionaires’ Club 2012 – the spirits industry’s definitive ranking of million-case selling brands - has launched on Drinksint.com.

Pernod Ricard’s CEO Piere Pringuet has spoken out about Havana Club’s flat half-year sales growth, branding its performance “disappointing”.

Gallo launches a film club

21 February, 2012

Gallo Family Vineyards, the Californian wine producer, has launched the Gallo Film Club.

Diageo GTME, the global travel and Middle East division of the world’s largest drinks company, has unveiled its latest initiative to grab a greater slice of the travel retail alcoholic liquor market.

Havana Club grew by 15% in 2010, following strong performances in Cuba, Germany, France and the UK.

The Supreme Court of Spain has ruled in favour of Pernod Ricard and the Cuban government in the Havana Club trademark dispute with Bacardi.

Havana Club International is to launch an ultra premium rum.

Concha y Toro, the largest wine producer in South America, has announced a deal with the Manchester United for its wine brands to become the official wine of the world famous football club.

Cuba: Havana Club rum sales fell by 3.5% in 2009, compared to 2008.

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