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The Clapham-based drinks company is looking for a London account manager and brand specialist.
With its 60-day waiting list, customers at Napa’s iconic French Laundry expect nothing less than greatness when they finally sit down to eat. Head sommelier, Dennis Kelly, tells Henrietta Clancy how he copes with having to deliver perfection on a daily basis
The manager of HK House and winner of last year’s Louis Roederer Wine List of the Year talks to Chris Losh about rabbits, F Scott Fitzgerald, and being ignored by wine merchants
The first royal wedding since Charles and Di made a go of it back in 1981 has got the excited public asking pertinent questions
Famous chefs are all over the TV screens and bookshop shelves. But where are their sommelier equivalents? Fiona Beckett ponders what it takes to go from red-wine geek to red-carpet chic
British pubs might be fighting for survival, but the beer scene is alive and kicking. With ever more inventive brews leading to ever more exciting food matching ideas, Susanna Forbes talks to five brewers making waves here and across the pond
After nearly 31 years at The Connaught Hotel, Anthony Lee has become the new general manager of The May Fair Hotel.
Ex-Tom Aikens sommelier Gearoid Devaney MS has joined independent merchant Flint Wines to boost the company’s fledgling business with restaurants.
Astronaut? Movie star? No, make that a bartender. Nick Midgley asks some industry icons to cast their minds back to that defining moment when they realised their career lay behind the stick
The celebrated South African winemaker from Vergelegen tells Julie Sheppard about his John Travolta moves, love of The Rolling Stones, and his singing Afrikaans parrot
The resistance movement, taking a stand against big-scoring Parkerised fruit-bombs, is small but growing in the States – and the restaurant community is leading it. Larry Walker dons his disguise, roots out some false papers and heads underground
For those who didn’t make it to his seminar at Imbibe 2010 Dave Broom explains how a few clever chocolate matches could breath life back into the digestif
From gin and tonic mists to paddling giant fruit round a punch lake, Bompas & Parr have redefined the theatre of food and drink. Alice Lascelles meets them in their gastro-studio to talk about ether, jelly and whale vomit
Imbibe’s Faking It, the only competition that pits bartenders against sommeliers, is back – and this time it’s the sommeliers who’ve got something to prove after losing out to their cocktail mixing counterparts last year. With two new teams, can the tables be turned? Alice Lascelles joined the contestants as they…
Paul McFadyen, formerly of IP Bartenders, has taken on the role of spirits brand manager for Bibendum.