For the fourth year in a row, London’s The Artesian bar has been named the world’s best watering hole in the world.
Lonely Planet’s “Wine Trails: 52 Perfect Weekends in Wine” retails for $24.99 and will be released October 20.
Glenfiddich has released a new whisky dedicated to the United States.
Hollywood actress Kate Hudson will front the drinks brand’s 2016 BitterSweet campaign and become the face of its 2016 calendar.
A bottle of 1915 Krug champagne has sold for $116,375 in New York.
Paris, better known for its wine culture, is set to host Europe’s largest whisky and spirit tasting show.
Royal Salute has launched The Eternal Reserve, a blended Scotch created using a specific technique to create a whisky that is said to “live forever”.
Hennessy has tapped multi-disciplinary New York artist Ryan McGinness to redesign its label as part of the brand’s 250th anniversary celebrations.
The legendary Moët & Chandon has launched a completely new and futuristic-inspired vintage champagne named MCIII.
Drinks giant Suntory has sent whisky to the International Space Station to test how zero gravity affects the drink’s “mellowness”.
Sales of prosecco jumped 72 percent in value in the year to mid-July, reaching £339 million ($532 million), US research company IRI found.
In London, the sacred happy hour could become obsolete thanks to a smartphone app that allows users to benefit from free cocktails in hip bars.
Richebourg Grand Cru sells at a whopping $15,195 (14,254 euro) a bottle, according to the Wine-Searcher website list of the 50 dearest vintages.
Each limited edition, 1-liter bottle of Hennessy 250 Collector Blend retails for $600 and comes in a gift box with a copper metallic surface.
Japanese brewing and distilling company Suntory is sending its world-class whiskey to age where few liquors have gone before: outer space.
Dwyane Wade has become the latest basketball star to parlay his fame into the wine business with his own label, aptly called Wade.
Chinese consumers concerned about counterfeit cognac will soon be able to verify the authenticity of a bottle of Remy Martin via their cellphone.
Meet Gik, an absurdly, cobalt-blue wine made from a blend of red and white grapes, then dyed blue with the addition of anthocyanin.
The historic vineyards, wine cellars and champagne houses were listed as a world heritage site by UNESCO on Saturday.
After a four-year struggle, France has convinced China to recognise “Bordeaux” as a brand in a bid to combat counterfeit wines.