The fine wine auction scene is certainly heating up, especially at Sotheby’s. Here, we take you through last year’s biggest selling labels at the famous auction house.
Prime vineyard land in Burgundy owned by the multi million-dollar wine counterfeiter Rudy Kurniawan has quietly been sold off, with proceeds of the sale going to his victims.
Domaine de la Romanée-Conti was the most profitable wine label for auction house Sotheby’s last year, while Mouton made significant gains.
Fine wines from the cellar of the now closed Michelin-starred restaurant Bagatelle are being auctioned online by Norway’s Vinmonopolet.
A plethora of Bordeaux, Burgundy and Rhone will be on offer at Acker, Merrall and Condit’s “dreamy” next New York sale.
US auction house Hart Davis Hart enjoyed a “blockbuster” sale last week with prices at their highest level since September 2014.
Hong Kong’s wine lovers are buying bottles to drink now rather than viewing wine as an investment, a fine wine merchant has reported.
An offer of large format bottles by the Antique Wine Company has been driven by positive signs of recovery in the US market says the company’s founder.
There have been many great vintages since 2000 and some are unsurprisingly overlooked but has the 2001 been overlooked more than the rest?
Christie’s next London sale will feature a line-up of classic Bordeaux and Burgundy from the likes of Domaine Leflaive and Petrus.
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