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Rioja brand, Marques de Caceres, has released a series of new vintages, which will be available to the UK market via is Halewood Wines & Spirits.
Brockman’ gin saw UK sales grow 245% in 2016 after it gained listings with Marks & Spencer and Harvey Nicholls, among others.
Elements Eight, the independent craft rum brand, has a new addition to the range.
Thornbridge Brewery has resurrected its partnership with Waitrose and Brew UK to launch The Great British Home Brew Challenge for 2017.
Norwich’s only gin producer has unveiled its latest variant, a unique combination of strawberry and black pepper.
Mannings Heath Golf Club & Wine Estate has begun planting 38,000 vines to create England’s newest vineyard, with wines expected to be available in 2023.
Waitrose is gearing up to add 27 new craft beers to its range, with the new additions set to go on shelf from 1 May.
The team that rejuvenated Kestrel lager and Diamond cider is now targeting UK retailers with a Finnish cider called Fizz.
Leading online craft beer retailer Beer Hawk has appointed Russell Clarke to head up efforts to boost sales to the trade.
John Timothy has taken over as chief executive at the Portman Group after a decade in senior public affairs roles at Tesco.
Suffolk producer Aspall has launched canned cider to satisfy growing demand for consumers for “mid-strength cider that doesn’t compromise on quality or taste”.
Lyme Bay Winery has added two new additions to its line-up of English sparkling wines.
Cornish cider producer, Cornish Orchards, has extended into 33cl cans with three of its ciders.
Chapel Down is launching a prestige cuvee from its single vineyard estate, Kit’s Coty, which will form part of a new trio of wines.
Heineken has launched a £5m campaign for its New Zealand cider brand, Old Mout.
Sol lager is now available in two new SKUs to help retailers cash in on the key summer season.
Big Drop Brewing Co, the UK’s first brewer dedicated exclusively to producing beers under 0.5% abv, has added a new beer to its portfolio.
The Co-op has revealed details of a new project, which follows the success of its recent member-led own-label beer launch, and this time it's focused on wine.
Martell has refreshed its original VS expression as part of its strategy to modernise the cognac category.
Chapel Down has announced last year was “another fantastic year of growth” with year-on-year sales up by 25% to £6.8m, and wine gross profit up by 30% to £2.8m.