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The latest release of Simonsig’s acclaimed Cuvée Royale Blanc de Blancs, the premier offering in this pioneering estate’s Cap Classique portfolio, has been released in spectacular new packaging accentuating the prestigious image and quality of this acclaimed sparkling wine. The Cuvée Royale 2014, made from Chardonnay grapes grown on the Stellenbosch estate, is characterised by an opulent and exuberant structure with bracing freshness, the result of this wine spending five years aging on the yeast in the bottle, as per the tradition of the great houses of Champagne.
The Jim Murray 2020 World Whisky of the Year award goes to 1792 Full Proof Kentucky Straight Bourbon.
Captain Morgan aims to entice consumers who look to mix up their alcoholic drink choices during winter by launching a limited-edition gingerbread flavour.
In one more twist in the corn syrup wars, Anheuser-Busch accused brewing rival MillerCoors of stealing its recipes and other trade secrets.
It's quite a thing when your name is on an iconic bottle, especially one that transcends time and place.
The EFF leader called for 'black unity' and said his followers should 'kill' racists through 'black success'.
Entrepreneur David Donde, founder of Truth Coffee Roasting, thinks the Japanese concept of kamiwaza should also be applied when it comes to retail businesses.
Brockmans, the fast-growing super-premium gin business, has appointed former Diageo chief executive Paul Walsh (pictured) to its Advisory Board, as it [...]
Crystal Head Vodka always throws a killer Halloween party and 2019 is no different as the booze brand is taking over Village Underground