Vintages of Louis Jadot dating back to the 1950s are to go on sale in Hong Kong later this month.
Sotheby’s will begin its spring season in New York with an ex-cellar sale of wines from Domaine Drouhin.
Wine and Warfare looks at the resilience of France’s vineyards from the Hundred Years War, through the campaigns of Napoleon to the ravages of WW2.
Hail damage has ensured that not a single drop of wine is to be produced from one of Beaune’s most important premier cru vineyards in 2013.
Cristal was the best performing fine wine on the Liv-ex 100 in December, as the Fine Wine 100 index fell for the third consecutive year.
Sancerre is one of those French wine regions that is famous the world over for producing wines of class and quality.
Was Pedro Ximénez named after a real Spanish soldier? Wine and Warfare separates fact from fiction.
A six-litre imperial of Macallan “M”, rare Burgundy from Armand Rousseau and an ex-cellar collection of Veuve Clicquot will kickstart Sotheby’s 2014 season in Hong Kong.
The “vast majority” of wines found at the home of alleged wine fraudster Rudy Kurniawan were fakes, a wine authentication expert has testified in court.
On day five of the trial of alleged wine fraudster Rudy Kurniawan, billionaire wine collector Bill Koch took to the witness stand to testify against Kurniawan.
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