dbHK braved HK’s coldest temperatures to host its ‘Mastering Barolo’ masterclass, learn about Asia’s fake wine industry and hole up at the Intercontinental for some Oregon Pinot Noir.
dbhK’s latest Mastering Barolo event saw HK’s wine trade and consumers getting to grips with Barolo, its five communes and multiple crus…
Five spectacular Barolo ‘crus’ were unveiled by the Italian wine expert, Michael Palij MW in the latest dbHK’s masterclasses.
We run through a few predictions for the fine wine market in 2016, from more Champagne releases to the rise of California and Piedmont.
As we move into a new year for collectible drinks, we look back at the top 10 fine wine trends of the past 12 months.
Part II of the ‘Don Stott Collection’ has realised US$5 million in New York, bringing the total for the collection to US$13.5m.
Hong Kong’s Basque institution Vasco and Cottage Vineyards will partner up to introduce limited back vintages of Viberti Giovanni Barolo in a winemaker dinner.
Leading Barbaresco producer Gaja is hopeful of producing an outstanding 2015 vintage following a ‘spectacular’ harvest of its Nebbiolo grapes.
The fourth generation winemaker of Massolino in Piedmont, speaks to db about his love of pairing cold Nebbiolo with sushi.
Is the time for the northern Italian region coming as its Bolgheri cousins suffer at the hands of a Bordeaux resurgence?
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