North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un’s love of fine wines, spirits and rich food has apparently made him so fat he has fractured his ankles.
The head sommelier of the Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong, Hubert Chabot, talks about ambition and his holiday plans.
An Australian winemaker has emerged victorious from an international group of vintners invited to try their hand at making wine in the Chinese region of Ningxia.
A few snapshots of the on-going pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong
South Korea might not be a country known for its wines but, as the Wine Explorers discover, that hasn’t stopped its enthusiastic, but small set of winemakers.
Lunch and Champagne tastings gave way to the disruption of road blocks and the protestors of Occupy Central this week in Hong Kong.
Explore a new side of Champagne this Golden Week holiday with one (or more) of these grower Champagnes.
Hong Kong sommeliers have voiced their opinion that an increasingly sophisticated Champagne drinking market in Hong Kong has opened the door for grower Champagnes.
Hong Kong importer and distributor, Imperatrice, showcased its portfolio of grower Champagnes to the trade and consumers at a packed pair of tastings at the Grand Hyatt.
Fine wine merchant Justerini & Brooks has appointed Cellina Chan as its new head of sales in Hong Kong.
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