Sotheby’s Hong Kong will be giving away bottles of Dominus to first-time customers at its retail outlet until September.
Just before Typhoon Linfa temporarily shut Hong Kong down for a few hours on 9 July, about 20 trade professionals gathered for Rod Smith MW’s talk “Think Pink: La Vie en Rosé”.
Australian wine exports have risen in volume and value between June 2014- June 2015, the first rise in export value since 2006-2007.
Hong Kong hangout The Pawn has announced a range of cocktails to raise money for local charities.
One of China’s leading producers has launched three varietal wines made from grapes typical of southern Italy and Australia, moving beyond typical Bordeaux-style blends.
Dutch brewer Heineken is to open a new operation in Burma this weekend after a 20-year absence – a move that will bring it head to head with Carlsberg.
Cathay Pacific has announced it will be serving Domaine Jean-Marc Brocard’s Chablis grand cru in first class from this November onwards.
While whites are starting to be taken seriously in Hong Kong restaurants, the city is still seeing red, with Bordeaux continuing to steal hearts.
One of Oregon’s youngest wine estates has partnered with Jackson Family Wines to take its Pinot Noir range into Europe and Asia.
Anyone looking to quench their thirst with a ginseng microbrew should skinny-jean their way through this list. Beards optional.
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