The downward trajectory of the fine wine market looks to be bottoming out after an increasingly stable 2015.
A Bordeaux tribunal has rejected a complaint filed against the 2012 Saint Emilion classification by three estates.
Trading activity for Lafite’s 2012 vintage is still high since its release this summer despite a downgraded score.
A charity wine auction held by the Crus Classés de Graves has raised €10,000 for victims of the Paris attacks.
Fine wine auctioneer Hart Davis Hart has claimed it is the leading house in the US after a “record breaking” US$9.6 million sale.
This week we conclude our countdown of the top 10 most powerful fine wines of 2015 with a close look at those brands placed at positions five to one.
We count down the top 10 most powerful wines of 2015, starting with those brands placed at positions 10 to 6.
Hong Kong’s fine wine merchants reveal what they’d want in their Christmas stockings – if they’ve been good this year…
As Burgundy’s prices continue to either stay high or get higher as top Bordeaux gets cheaper, how high is too high for Burgundy?
“Accessibly priced” Bordeaux and Port are exciting buyers’ interest in the run-up to Christmas according to Liv-ex.
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