UK Wine and Spirit Trade Association
Attending the UK Wine & Spirits Trade Association’s annual conference in London yesterday, I was particularly struck by one thought: Strippi...
There was a time when bars served beer in any old pint glass, fathers had their one brand of whisk(e)y and consumer feedback was received by...
George Osborne must think he can walk into any pub in the UK today and be treated to a free pint.
The debate around minimum pricing in the UK is starting to feel more than ever like a can of worms. I'm not quite sure, however, who has got the biggest mess to deal with.
The recommendation by a House of Commons committee that consumers take two days off from drinking a week has thrust the issue of safe alcohol consumption guidelines back into the media spotlight. Ben Cooper reports.
The Public Health Responsibility Deal, unveiled by the UK government today, underlines its commitment to voluntary company-led measures to tackle alcohol-related problems. However, Ben Cooper believes industry should not see this as a victory in itself. The actions themselves have to deliver.
In this, the second part of our interview the head of the UK's Wine & Spirit Trade Association, Miles Beale looks beyond the European Union and sees cause for optimism, despite the uncertainty of recent months.
After nearly 20 years of working in the beer and spirits categories, Andrew Carter pitched up at Treasury Wine Estates (TWE) last year charged with leading the group's Europe, Middle East and Asia region. Travel Retail also falls under his remit. So, how's he finding the challenge? just-drinks' deputy editor, James Wilmore, caught up with him at ProWein in late-March.
The number of new distillery licences issued by the UK Government last year increased by more than 30% on 2015, according to figures released this week.
Wine trade groups in both the UK and Europe have said they are united in the fight for a free-trade agreement, on the day the UK triggered Article 50 and started the process of leaving the European Union.
The UK’s exit from the European Union could create ideal conditions for alcohol smugglers in the years ahead, the country’s trade body for wine and spirits has warned.
The drinks industry has hailed a move by the European Commission to allow alcohol companies to propose their own labelling guidelines.
Trade bodies across the UK drinks industry have expressed frustration over the Government's decision today to increase alcohol duty in line with inflation.
The UK's decision to leave the European Union offers opportunities for the country's wine and spirits categories in markets beyond Europe, the head of the UK's Wine & Spirit Trade Association has forecast.
A UK wine trade body has criticised an attempt to secure official protected geographical status for English sparkling wine under the name "British Fizz".
British gin exports to the US market have risen by more than 500% the last decade, according to new figures.
The outgoing head of Pernod Ricard's UK division has handed over the chairmanship of the Wine & Spirit Trade Association to Berry Brothers & Rudd chief Dan Jago.
Gin sales in the UK have broken the GBP1bn (US$1.34bn) barrier, according to recently-released figures.
The Wine and Spirit Trade Association has said it is "encouraged" by the appointment of a Brexit secretary in a major UK government reshuffle.
Yesterday, the UK voted to leave the European Union. The result of the referendum fell 52% in favour of the so-called 'Brexit'. We'll keep you up to date throughout the day on drinks industry reaction.
Gin sales have jumped 20% in the UK's bars and restaurants, figures for the most recent 12-month period have shown.
The UK drinks industry has reacted with caution to new dietary guidelines that have slashed the recommended maximum unit alcohol intake.
Treasury Wine Estates (TWE) is to provide calorie information across its entire portfolio of bottled wine.
UK wine drinkers regularly change brands and have "little or no brand loyalty", according to a report from the country's Wine & Spirit Trade Association.
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Price increases in the UK off-trade have slowed in the past year, with the cost of beer declining, according to recent figures.
A group of UK lawmakers have called for reforms to the European Union's alcohol tax regime after branding the current system “illogical”.
Sparkling wine continues to be the star performer in the UK off- and on-trade in 2014, while the flavoured vodka category has endured mixed fortunes, according to latest figures.
The Wine and Spirits Trade Association has dismissed fresh calls for minimum unit pricing (MUP) in the UK after a new report claimed a floor price would be far more effective than the Government's current policy.
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