William Grant & Sons has expanded The Balvenie portfolio to include a 17-year old edition of its Doublewood single malt scotch.

Treasury Wine Estates has appointed John Grant as managing director of its Beringer Brand Business Unit.

The Grant family has released a new limited edition of its 20-year old Glenfarclas 105 single malt.

William Grant & Sons is rolling out its Balvenie Caribbean expression into the UK market from September.

André de Almeida, currently at The Edrington Group where he is area director with responsibility for the Middle East & Turkey, domestic & duty free, as well as The Americas duty free business, joins William Grant as European travel retail director.

William Grant & Sons has appointed Glenn Gordon as non-executive chairman.

William Grant & Sons has announced a €35m plan to take the production of Tullamore Dew back to its former home in Tullamore.

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William Grant & Sons Global Travel Retail has partnered with travel retailer DFS Group to release a 50-year old, $17,000 bottle of Glenfiddich at Los Angeles International Airport.

William Grant & Sons and JF Hillebrand have signed a three-year global logistics contract.

William Grant & Sons has repackaged its Grant’s Sherry Cask Finish and Ale Cask Finish expressions.

Gruppo Campari has signed an agreement to acquire Carolans, Frangelico and Irish Mist from William Grant & Sons for €128.2 million.

William Grant & Sons has launched Grant’s 25 year old, a blended scotch whisky. The product will initially be exclusive to travel retail.

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