Burgundy

France suffers ‘ultimate affront’ in tasting competition

A team of French professionals suffered the “ultimate affront” of finishing in 11th place in a wine tasting competition, well behind the UK team, while a plucky Zimbabwean team forced Italy into an ignominious last place.

Bicknell: Terroir is used as a marketing tool

The concept of terroir is often over-stated as a way to sell wines in Burgundy and house style kept quiet according to Yarra Valley winemaker David Bicknell.

Burgundy ‘triumphs’ at Bonhams

A collection of fine Burgundy from a German cellar led the way at Bonhams latest London sale, making over £100,000.

‘Exciting’ wines expected at Hospices sale

The annual Hospices de Beaune auction this November looks set to feature both “exciting” but also plentiful wines according to Jasper Morris MW.

Lafite tops new liquidity ranking

September 29th, 2017

Rise in searches for Figeac

August 9th, 2017

Quiet July for fine wine

August 4th, 2017

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