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After facing big drops in demand in recent years, cognac is once more on the rise, thanks in no small part to connoisseurs in North America.
Using 130 tonnes of ice, a supermarket chain has built Rio’s first “ice bar” in the upscale beachside neighborhood of Barra da Tijuca.
The device being shown by 10-Vins at the CES borrows the idea from the single-dose coffee machines such as Nestle’s Nespresso and US-based Keurig.
Rum, gin and bottled cocktails all generated the best buzz for the spirits trade in 2015.
Jean-Louis “Charly” Foucault, one of two brothers behind this Loire Valley wine considered among the finest in France, has died at the age of 66.
French champagne maker Moët & Chandon is making final calls for the next generation of filmmakers to enter its “Moët Moment Film Festival Competition”
The head of the Champagne house reveals why connoisseurs choose the sparkling treats from his 197-year old independently owned firm.
French champagne house Taittinger – James Bond’s bubbly of choice – announced shocking plans to produce fine English sparkling wines December 8.
Moët & Chandon stars Roger Federer in its new camapign film ‘The Now’ to urge us all to celebrate every moment in life.
Louis XIII cognac has produced a movie you will never live to see: 100 Years – The Movie You Will Never See.
Eurostar turns 21 this year and celebrates by creating its own gin with chef Raymond Blanc. The rail line has partnered with its resident Michelin-starred chef to launch an artisanal gin called Toujours 21.
In celebration of the House’s tricentenary, Cellar Master Benoît Fil has crafted a unique version of the legendary cognac Martell Cordon Bleu.
Crown Royal has become the first spirits brand to include information on alcohol and calorie content on its packaging.
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.