It doesn’t get more traditional than port, especially at this festive time of year. And we’ve been witnessing a growing appreciation for this delicious fortified wine due to the range of styles it offers and it’s suitability for a host of drinking occasions. Evidence of this
Tequila is the fastest-growing spirits category in UK retail, currently experiencing 13% growth. While this Mexican spirits category still only constitutes a tiny fraction of the market, it is rapidly premiumising and shedding its image as a cheap party shot. While sales are growing across all
British drinkers are increasingly on the look-out for subtlety and elegance when it comes to rosé. While Off Trade sales of the category as a whole have fallen by 4% in the last year, those of more premium rosés from Provence have grown by 22%.
The more you pay, the better wine you get. This might sound obvious enough, but considering the cost of packaging, logistics, VAT, total margins and the recently increased cost of excise duty, you get considerably more bang for your buck with premium products. With today’s budget announcement,