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8 December, 2019
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Royal Salute launches 52 Year Old Single Cask Finish

Royal Salute has launched one of its most exclusive whiskies to date with an RRP $30,000 to international markets.

A GlobalData representative has claimed the threat of 100% US tariffs on champagne could be critical to the exports of powerful champagne houses.

Heaven Hill has appointed Proof Drinks as its UK distributor to look after its spirits portfolio.

The Consortium for the Protection of the Prosecco Denomination of Origin (Consorzio Tutela Prosecco DOC) is celebrating 10 years of success.

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The Cava DO is seeking to redefine itself to claw back the middle ground in sparkling wine, between champagne at the top end and prosecco at entry level.

Former American Bar senior bartender Pippa Guy will begin working in New York early next year.

A team of documentary makers from Asia visited Domaine de Bordeneuve to film the distillation process of its armagnac.

Ron Matusalem has launched a Spanish grape Tempranillo Solera aged rum called Ron Matusalem Insolito Wine Cask.

Langstane Liquor Company has launched Glasshouse Whisky which has been specifically designed to be complement long drinks.

The Macallan has launched its new luxury retail experience in Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport as part of the brand’s global Boutique programme in Asia.

Budweiser Brewing Group UK&I has announced it will be bringing its drinks dispense service in-house from 1 April 2020.

Romanian wine producer Cramele Recas has predicted a record harvest for 2019 with almost 30,000 tonnes of grapes.

The Wine & Spirit Education Trust has announced a three-year deal with The Wine Show to be its official wine education partner.

Chris Moore has left Coupette, one of London’s most celebrated bars, because it made him unhappy, Drinks International can exclusively reveal.

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