As ‘Burgundy Week’ comes to an end, there has been plenty of praise for the whites of 2014 – but also calls to not forget the reds.
This week saw the db HK team exploring Clément Rhum, food from the Istria region and tasting some spectacular wines from HK merchants, Kerry and Altaya.
UK fine wine merchant Berry Bros & Rudd is to launch a new book to complement its Wine School courses.
Berry Bros & Rudd has appointed Dan Jago as its new chief executive.
Berry Bros. & Rudd has unveiled a “secret” cellar underneath its shop in London, set to be used to host exclusive pop-up dining experiences in partnership with the city’s top restaurants.
A much lauded vintage, high Parker points but hampered by low liquidity the best wines of the Rhône sometimes struggle to capitalise on their many strong points.
Sotheby’s has named Adam Bilbey as its new head of wine for Asia, replacing Robert Sleigh who is taking on a new role in the management team in the region.
Universally acknowledged as one of the best wines of the vintage, has Montrose gone too far with a 54% price hike?
Fine wine merchant Berry Bros & Rudd aimed to introduce more customers to its grower Champagne portfolio with a dedicated tasting last week.
Members of the Hong Kong wine trade have shared their views on Bordeaux 2014, including the feeling that the campaign needs to work harder to inspire confidence from the region.
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