Shares in global wine giant Treasury Wine Estates have been placed in a trading halt today at the company’s request pending a review of its earnings.
Laithwaites Wine has launched in Taiwan, marking the start of a new franchise deal between the multinational retailer and Hong Kong-based entrepreneur Simon Hsu.
In a town like Hong Kong age is no barrier to excellence and some of the city’s best restaurants are staffed by incredibly capable young sommeliers
Rémy Cointreau’s Cognac sales are still suffering dramatically thanks to the slow down in China.
Whether you are a beach-side lounger or city-club night owl Asia’s bar scene has something for everyone.
Beer giant SABMiller’s Q3 results were pushed upwards thanks to growing sales in Africa, Asia and Latin America the group has announced.
A six-litre decanter of Macallan has become the new world record holder for most expensive whisky sold at auction.
Despite difficult growing conditions, Burgundy 2012 remains a better buy than Bordeaux, says Corney & Barrow’s MD.
The tragic helicopter crash in the Dordogne remains an open case but today’s news brings closure for one victim’s family as the body of Peng Wang is identified.
A new wine merchant, backed by a group of high profile investors, has started trading as its founder suggests that the fine wine marketplace is about to pick up.
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