Leading the troupe of new releases over the last month is Dom Pérignon’s 2005 vintage, McGuigan’s Aussie answer to the growth of sparkling wine, and Ledaig’s rare 42-year-old Scotch.
Fine wine merchant Woolf Sung is offering some extremely rare bottles of 1945 vintage Bordeaux and Champagne, including a case of Pétrus as it takes advantage of investment opportunities in noteworthy anniversaries.
Joseph Henriot, owner of Champagne Henriot, Burgundy négociant Bouchard Père et Fils and Chablis estate William Fèvre, has died aged 79.
This week saw db explore London’s growing taste for exotic drops, unleash our inner Picasso and raise a toast to New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc.
The CIVC has won its case against a flooring company that was trying to trademark a range of “caviar and Champagne” products.
Just in time for summer, a pair of young entrepreneurs have launched what they claim to be the world’s first Bellini-flavoured ice lolly made with real Prosecco.
Lanson has created a new version of its Black Label Brut NV just for the UK on-trade called Lanson Père et Fils.
Champagne house Bruno Paillard has announced an exclusive partnership with London restaurant Sushisamba, now home to the largest selection of its wines in the UK.
Dom Pérignon has launched the 2005 vintage, small in quantity but with “exceptional quality” and “a never-before-seen aromatic maturity” according to Richard Geoffroy.
Champagne Ruinart is making an appeal for bottles in good condition of the original vintages of its leading cuvee Dom Ruinart.
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