Strange tales: the King of Scotland’s claret bill

View full story on the drinks business here...
 
Alexander III of Scotland was a prodigious drinker of wine and imported a great deal but suffered from the medieval monarch’s habitual tendency to shirk his bills – owing one poor wine merchant the equivalent of £1.7 million when he died.


Back to News

List a new job

We had a great response to the advertisement (thanks to you) and plan to place an ad again next year.

----Ray - USA | View more testimonials