Altaya’s annual ‘Passion for Pinot’ event is set to shine a light on all international expressions of Pinot Noir – from Old World Burgundy to New World Oregon.
As ‘Burgundy Week’ comes to an end, there has been plenty of praise for the whites of 2014 – but also calls to not forget the reds.
We run through a few predictions for the fine wine market in 2016, from more Champagne releases to the rise of California and Piedmont.
A stevedore at the French port of Le Havre has been arrested for his alleged role in the theft of over 100 bottles of Domaine de la Romanée-Conti from a container last year.
As we move into a new year for collectible drinks, we look back at the top 10 fine wine trends of the past 12 months.
After a year of ups and then downs the ten best performing wines of 2015 reflect the renewed diversity of the fine wine market.
Nearly 700 lots with a combined high estimate of HK$27.3m (US$3.5m) will be on offer at Zachys Hong Kong first 2016 auction.
The downward trajectory of the fine wine market looks to be bottoming out after an increasingly stable 2015.
A Burgundian winemaker charged with refusing to spray his vines to prevent the spread of disease has been cleared due to an administrative technicality.
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.
© 2016 Union Press Ltd | Unit 122, 30 Great Guildford Street, London SE1 0HS, UK | Registered in England and Wales No. 03606414 | Tel: +44 (0)20 7803 2420