Bordeaux’s new advertising campaign has been designed to dispel the notion that the region is too expensive, according to Allan Sichel.
US auction house Hart Davis Hart is hoping to see out the year in style with a sale it hopes will net between US$4-$7 million.
Bordeaux en primeur prices could drop by up to 30% compared to last year if one takes into account a newly weakened euro, believes Allan Sichel.
The obligatory Burgundy tasting out of the way, it’s been cakes, Jura and ship-spotting in Hong Kong of late.
Médoc estate Rollan de By has followed the lead of Mouton Rothschild and Angélus by launching a collection of wines housed in gold-embossed bottles.
The last Château Mouton Rothschild wine label commissioned by the late Baroness Philippine de Rothschild has been revealed.
Ribera’s 2014 vintage could be “something outstanding”, according to the producer of Ribera del Duero’s Pingus, Peter Sisseck.
London-based Wilkinson Vintners are selling over 700 cases of first growths with vintages stretching back to a 1945 Château Haut Brion.
Liv-ex director James Miles has delivered a stark warning to Château-owners in the run-up to next year’s en primeur.
Hart Davis Hart’s Bordeaux-only sale realised just over US$5 million in a sale that was said to “bode well for Bordeaux’s future”.
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