Press Coverage

Celebrate St Patrick’s Day with the best of Irish
About My Generation
Top whiskies and tasting notes from IWSC general manager Ewan Lacey
Rioja rules: Everything you need to know about Britain’s new favourite wine
Chris Carra

In 2014 more than 36,000,000 litres of Rioja were exported to Britain, with wine experts predicting Spanish wine will soon outsell French in Britain.

Follow South Africa's Brandy Route for a taste of some of the best
08-02-2015 Pioneer Press
Karen K. Hansen Gurstelle and William M. Gurstelle

Part of the fun of traveling is experiencing places that are fascinating enough to attract big crowds before the word gets out. The Brandy Route in South Africa's Western Cape wine country is one of those places.

Drinks cabinet: You're onto a winner with top-scoring wines
Belfast Telegraph
Sam Wylie-Harris

Critics are fizzing with excitement over who's going to carry home the iconic statuettes on the biggest night of the awards season. But it's not just trophy winners at the Oscars that encourage us to raise a glass.

IWSC adds new awards for best Bloody Mary and gin and tonic
Bar Magazine

New categories have been introduced in the International Wine and Spirit Competition (IWSC) to find the world’s best Bloody Mary and best gin and tonic

Enjoy these superb Scottish whiskies with your Burns Night supper
Chris Carra

Here are some delicious whiskies to pair with your Burns Night supper

Burns Night 2015: 11 best whiskies
The Independent
Will Dean

Our pick of the whiskies to toast the life and work of Scotland's national poet on January 25

Burns Night tipple
Somerset Guardian

IWSC general manager, Ewan Lacey, says it is easier for consumers to select their whiskies by style rather than age

Enjoy a dram of single malt as you tuck in to your haggis, neeps and tatties
The Post Bristol
Sam Wylie-Harris

IWSC general mangaer, Ewan Lacey, explains the change in  movements from selecting whiskies by style rather than age.

Poetry in Motion
Southern Reporter
Sam Wylie-Harris

Ewan Lacey, IWSC general manager, explains that there has been a movement of selecting whisky by style rather than age because it is easier for the consumer.

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