FOI reference: FOI/17/01500
Date received: 28 June 2017
Date responded: 13 July 2017
Information detailing the amount of money that has been spent on purchasing wine, sparkling wine, champagne, spirits or beer by the Scottish Government catering and retail service each of the last 5 years.
Statistics of the amount between January 2012 and January 2017 broken down by year.
The name of the beverage, its single-unit cost, how many have been purchased in these five years, and if applicable, its vintage date.
The table below provides the following information:
- the product names of any wine, sparkling wine, champagne, spirits or beer
- the vintage - where available
- the total amount spent on each product purchased by the Scottish Government's catering and retail service in each of the last five calendar years
|La Croix Vermentino Sauvignon Blanc||2013||£87.30|
|Petit Chablis Domaine des Marronniers||£163.08|
|Prosecco Valdobbiadene Brut Crede Bisol||2009||£142.56|
|Petit Chablis Domaine des Marronniers||£108.72|
|Petit Chablis Patrick Piuze||2011||£107.88|
|Chateau Bonnet Rouge||2008||£95.64|
|Chateau Bonnet Reserve Bordeaux Rouge||£94.54|
|Touraine Sauvignon Blanc Les Nuages||2010||£77.52|
|Chateau Bonnet Reserve Bordeaux Rouge||£39.40|
|Touraine Sauvignon Blanc Les Nuages||2013||£35.88|
|Les Nuages Pinot Noir Vin de France||2011||£34.56|
|Peroni Nastro Azzuro Lager||N/A||£50.40||£24.32|
The Scottish Government does not have the information you have asked for because the number of each product purchased, the single unit costs or (where not shown above) the vintage date as those details do not appear on the Catering provider's invoice.
This is a formal notice under section 17(1) of FOISA that the Scottish Government does not have the information you have requested.
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Please quote the FOI reference
Central Enquiry Unit
Phone: 0300 244 4000
The Scottish Government
St Andrew's House