Scotch Whisky distilleries achieved a record number of visits last year and more sites than ever are opening their doors to showcase the skill and craftsmanship of this iconic industry.
Martin Bell's penultimate blog in his Brexit series, focuses on european and international law in the context of trade and tarriffs.
The EU-Canada Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) which comes into force today (21 September) is welcomed by industry, and will benefit Scotch Whisky exports.
A blog from our CEO following her recent visit to Japan as part of the Prime Minister's business/international trade delegation.
SWA chief executive Karen Betts is this week joining the Prime Minister and Secretary of State for International Trade as part of a business delegation to Japan, an important and growing market for Scotch.
Scotch Whisky is one of the first applications to be listed on New Zealand’s register of geographical indications (GIs) - a sign used on wines and spirits from a specific area which have a quality, reputation or other characteristic linked to that location.
Alan Park, SWA director of legal affairs, looks at what Brexit might mean for the Scotch Whisky geographical indication (GI).
SWA response to Barclay Review
Martin Bell continues his Brexit blog series by looking at the complex issues around the ‘transitional adoption’ of EU FTAs by the UK.
The UK Government is working to reduce export tariffs on Scotch Whisky and other landmark Scottish produce as we leave the EU.