First growth Château Latour has re-released its 1996, 2001 and 2002 vintages, with less of a premium than its previous ex-cellar releases.
London merchant Berry Bros & Rudd is offering a wide array of discounts on its Burgundy offering until the end of the month.
The latest vintage of Taittinger’s Comtes de Champagne has continued the brand’s recent run of strong sales.
With the 2012 campaign over, merchants have spoken to the drinks business about the campaign’s shortcomings and what it may mean for the future of the en primeur system.
Despite an early start, the Bordeaux 2012 campaign is proving a difficult sell say UK merchants.
David Berry Green, Italian buyer for Berry Bros & Rudd, has called for Chianti Classico’s producers to start identifying themselves by village.
UK merchant Berry Bros & Rudd has given four Chinese wines, including three ice wines, a permanent slot on the shelves of its London shop.
Cavex, a new fine wine stock exchange will go online later this month providing an open trading platform for private collectors and the trade.
A man calling himself Sam Cocks has scammed hundreds of thousands of euros by posing as a buyer at Berry Bros & Rudd
Berry Bros & Rudd’s new buying director, Mark Pardoe MW, has spoken of increasing the merchant’s New World offering and working more closely with its wholesale clients.
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