Auction house Hart Davis Hart’s season will begin with a two-day long sale in Chicago featuring an “astounding range” of fine wines and whiskies.
The momentum behind Italian fine wines is building as January progresses though Bordeaux continues to dominate trade by value.
The head of Domaine Jacques Prieur has explained how experiences in Bordeaux and Burgundy have informed major winemaking changes at the family estates in each region.
Today winemakers across Europe and the world, will pay homage to the most famous of wine saints; Vincent of Saragossa.
Bordeaux has found a level at which buyers are prepared to return to the market and is beginning to outpace Burgundy and Champagne, says Gibbs.
The CEO and president of Sotheby’s Wine Americas & Asia is the quintessential Englishman in New York where he has been since 1995.
Auction house Zachys begins its new season in Asia with a “dazzling array” of fine wines and spirits at its Hong Kong sale this weekend.
Chablis showed that a single grape variety does not mean a single style at an event to highlight the difference between the region’s right and left banks.
Chablis producers have contrasted the “round and easy” wines on show at this week’s 2013 primeurs tastings in London with the “great” 2014 vintage ahead.
A new winery, better vineyard management and grape refrigeration device have helped Burgundy’s Domaine Chanson enter a new quality era.
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