William Grant & Sons
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Every month, managing editor Olly Wehring turns his spotlight into the eyes of a senior drinks executive. First up in 2011 is the CEO of William Grant & Sons, Stella David.
Drambuie has released new packaging for its namesake Scotch whisky liqueur brand exclusively into the Travel Retail channel.
Fine wine importer Frederick Wildman & Sons has installed a new boss for its southern division in the US.
William Grant & Sons has created the role of global whisky specialist, innovation, with its current marketing head for whisky innovation set to fill the post.
The UK division of William Grant & Sons has released a sour-flavoured extension of its Taboo vodka “fusion” brand.
Compañía Licorera de Nicaragua has lined up a seven-year-old white variant of its Flor de Caña rum brand.
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