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London wine shop chain Jeroboams says its two years as a finalist in the Drinks Retailing Awards have helped it highlight all the elements of its business that enhance its consumer and trade reputation.

Vagabond is gearing up to add four stores to its estate over the next eight months.

Online retailer Beer Hawk and subscription service Beer Bods have joined forces in a bid to “get more people drinking better beer”.

Sainsbury’s is ramping up its focus on the low and no alcohol sector by opening an alcohol-free pub.

Entries for the independent categories of the 2020 Drinks Retailing Awards close five weeks today.

Fortress has emerged as the frontrunner to buy Majestic Wine’s 200 stores in a deal worth £100 million.

Spar’s Rios de los Andes Reserve Malbec will feature as one of 15 standout products that will now be the focus of the retailer’s summer 2019 campaign.

One of the winners of this year’s Drinks Retailing Awards has been exploiting the benefits of the extra profile and publicity opportunities.

Majestic Wine has lowered the price of its entire spirit range and removed the two-tier pricing on the category.

European Food Brokers is reportedly seeking to take Oddbins back from the hands of the administrators it appointed four months ago.

The 2018 winner of the Independent Beer Retailer of the Year category in the Drinks Retailing Awards is celebrating a move to bigger and better premises.

Shrinkage costs UK retailers almost £11 billion a year and alcoholic drinks are the greatest contributor to that figure, according to new research.

In a small room upstairs at the St John’s Chop House in Cambridge on a wet Tuesday night, the Oxford Wine Company meet for a debrief following round one of their blind tasting challenge against hosts Cambridge Wine Merchants.

The clock is ticking for independents to enter the 2020 Drinks Retailing Awards.

The managing director of Majestic Wine is confident that all jobs will be preserved after the parent company decided to sell the entire retail estate.

Majestic Wine chief executive Rowan Gormley has confirmed that the group intends to sell the entire Majestic business after deciding Naked Wines offers greater growth potential.

The owner of Waterstones is reported to be a new contender in the £100 million battle for Majestic Wine’s 200-strong retail estate.

Neighbourhood and community drinks retailers are being urged to enter the 2020 Drinks Retailing Awards.

Waitrose is trialling a wine and beer refillable system as part of its “Unpacked” scheme, which aims to reduce unnecessary packaging and plastic.

Amazon is planning to open ten shops in the UK, selling food and drink products as well as electronics, homewares and beauty items.

31Dover owner DMD Ventures has unveiled plans to grow turnover to £50 million by 2022 after completing two private investment rounds and investing in new technology.

US investment giant Fortress is believed to have joined rival bidders in the £100 million battle for Majestic Wines store portfolio.

The Co-op has pledged to experiment more with different wine formats in future after expanding its range of cans, 50cl bottles and minibottles.

Nisa Retail has expanded its craft beer offering with access to more than 100 UK producers, as a result of a partnership with online distributor, EeBria Trade.

A number of investors are reported to be interested in buying the Majestic Wines’ 200-strong retail estate, following the announcement in March that the company plans to change its corporate name to Naked Wines with increased focus on its online business.

Waitrose said it enjoyed strong wine sales in January by treating it with the same care and attention as any other month.

Waitrose has taken on a beer created by university students as a business project.

Britons spent £41 million on Prosecco in the four weeks leading up to Easter, according to Nielsen.

The Competition and Markets Authority's (CMA's) decision to block the merger of Sainsbury’s and Asda is short-sighted, according to a supply chain and logistics expert.