Hong Kong’s Wine and Dine festival changed the venue for this year’s show due to potential disruption caused by Occupy Central.
The Hong Kong Trade and Development Council’s Wine & Spirits fair will take place in Hong Kong next month with new exhibitors and features.
Creating a stronger foot-hold in the Hong Kong on-trade is just one aim for Corney & Barrow’s new general manager, Thibaut Mathieu.
The Hong Kong Quality Assurance Agency is launching a wine registration scheme to help boost consumer confidence and combat counterfeiting.
Pernod Ricard has rebuffed claims its Korean arm was fined £5 million by the country’s tax service, stating there were merely “differences of interpretation” in relation to an audit.
Pernod Ricard’s South Korean arm has allegedly been fined 10 billion Korean won (£5m) by the country’s National Tax Service.
Berry Bros & Rudd’s Burgundy buyer, Jasper Morris MW, is heading to Ningxia in China to assess its potential as a fine wine region.
The protests continue, db walks the streets, drinks Burgundy and looks for typos in unusual places.
Swire Hotels’ director of wine, Yvonne Cheung, on different uses for a walk-in freezer, rescuing the biggest bottle from her cellar and loving wine.
British chef Rowley Leigh, chef-consultant at Swire Hotels new restaurant in Pacific Place, on picking a few favourites for the wine list and the influx of British chefs in Hong Kong.
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