A new campaign states that French people should drink no more than two glasses of alcohol per day and not every day.
Drink-drivers in France will be able to avoid losing their licence... by installing a device that immobilises their vehicle if it detects alcohol above the legal limit.
The spirit company changing the face of alcohol production.
The sparkling wine production with a ‘zero environmental impact’ motto
At least 150 people have died from drinking toxic illegal alcohol in Assam in northeast India.
"Grape before grain" holds no truth whatsoever, scientists in the UK and Germany have found.
These are more than just a venue for drinking
“There’s space for women, and please come and join us. Just do it.”
Female leaders in Champagne: important influences on the direction of the region.
Britons are increasingly resolving to lay off the booze for 31 days as they re-examine their less than healthy relationship with booze.
Award-winning breweries worldwide are tackling the issue of climate change one innovation at a time.
Households in the European Union spent more than €130 million on alcohol in 2017, but how do different member states compare?
Champagne isn’t just for a celebratory glass: it pairs beautifully with a Christmas feast
Off Licence to Kill: The world's most famous spy once consumed 24 units of alcohol, a dose experts say "can be fatal."
With cognac, armagnac and other French tipples losing out to more fashionable spirits, some producers are saying 'if you can't beat them...' and turning to whiskey production, with some surprising results.
The findings, based on data from annual health surveys conducted in England, were published in the BMC Public Health journal on Wednesday.
It's cheap, it's cheerful and it's good.
The research found that teenagers who had smoked more than 100 cigarettes or tended to binge drink had stiffer arteries than those who did not.
Even the smallest amount of alcohol is bad for your health, a new study has found.
Breweries and beer lovers all over the world are celebrating International Beer Day today. The annual event takes place the first Friday of August, and is 10 years old this year. Meanwhile, Germany is struggling to produce enough beer to meet demand.
JD Wetherspoon will sell more British beverages and stop selling champagne and German beers ahead of Brexit
Taxi app Uber to develop technology to detect drunk passengers
Where to sip a glass of bubbly in the French capital :our outside the box drinking guide
A conversation with the man paying tribute to ‘irreplaceable casks’ and preserving the legacy of rare distillers.
From Tarling’s Picador to the daughter of a German ambassador whoever wins the title of Margarita of the Year will be the latest in a long line of Margarita pioneers.
With 22 alcohol-related deaths a week, Scotland takes action to relieve its health services & give hope to addicts by targeting heavy drinkers' favourite cheapest brands.