Canadian wines have a chance to capitalise on its strong links with Asia, as the realisation of its wine industry’s growing quality spreads.
Villagers “swarmed” on a truck and helped themselves to free beer after it overturned in a remote part of India, sparking an impromptu party.
Champagne, rare Port, wines from lagoons and classic Japanese racing cars – from the sublime to the extraordinary in Asia.
The worst days of Bordeaux seem to be behind it, while Burgundy continues to see lots of activity says Tom Stopford Sackville of Goedhuis Wines.
Wine critic James Suckling has spoken of his belief in the potential of Thailand, a market he says has a bigger fine wine drinking population than China.
Wines of South Africa is taking its Asian operations “to the next level” by opening of a dedicated office in Hong Kong.
The Singapore National Sommelier Competition 2014 showcased a new breed of talent, while setting a record for the youngest participant in the semi-finals.
Grahams’ rare old tawny Port release, the 130-year-old Ne Oublie has launched in Hong Kong, the first Asian market to receive the wine.
Kerry Wines’ Eric Desgouttes on chocolate, Champagne, being born in a great Port year and falling for Haut-Brion.
More tastings, more Burgundy, boutique Australian wine and a quick flashback to db looking more awake.
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