Last week the drinks business was lucky enough to take a trip to sun-drenched Burgundy for the Grands Jours de Bourgogne
More pseudo-science now as the “Fine wine vs” series tackles the weighty issue of which letter is the most influential in fine wine.
A tasting has shown that wines from Domaine Leflaive aged in the producer’s new egg-shaped cellar are superior to those stored in its old facility.
Burgundy’s growing season is already some two weeks ahead of itself due to a warm start to spring, prompting fears of frost damage.
Anne-Claude Leflaive, head of leading white Burgundy producer Domaine Leflaive has won the 2014 Winemakers’ Winemaker Award.
Despite the worldwide fame of some Burgundian appellations, there are still many which lack major recognition the export director for the Burgundy Bureau has said.
The INAO is considering new premier and grand crus for several Burgundian appellations, including Marsannay and Mâcon.
A collection of Drouhin direct from the estate’s cellars was completely sold at Sotheby’s New York sale last weekend.
The chief winemaker at Viña Leyda on the importance of letting the terroir speak and why finesse and elegance now rule the roost in Chile.
Sotheby’s Hong Kong sales season is to begin this April with two “important” sales, one of Bordeaux and the other from the cellars of a US ambassador.
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