Brunello di Montalcino

‘Irreplaceable’ library stocks stolen from Col d’Orcia

About 1,000 bottles of Brunello di Montalcino from one of the region's famed wineries, Col d’Orcia, were stolen last week, including some “irreplaceable” library stocks dating back to 1960s.

James Suckling receives hononary citizenship of Montalcino

American wine critic James Suckling has received honorary citizenship of Montalcino from the municipal council in acknowledgement of his years spent rating the surrounding region's wines.

Soldera: ‘Brunellogate’ has been forgotten

Reflecting on the infamous 'Brunellogate', Mauro Soldera, son of Italy’s flamboyant producer Gianfranco Soldera, saw little impact of the scandal on Brunello regulation or consumer confidence in the wine.

‘Treasure trove’ of fine wine on sale in NYC

Auction house Sotheby’s is to offer a “treasure trove” of “iconic” labels worth over $2 million in New York later this month.

Week in pictures: Hong Kong

April 29th, 2016

Biondi-Santi to skip 2014 vintage

February 13th, 2015

Wine war erupts in Italy

September 3rd, 2014

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