Britain’s recent decision to move away from the EU could see the return of the imperial pint, which current EU regulation prohibits.
An Aussie fraudster has been jailed for almost three years after being found guilty of stealing customer credit card details to fund a Champagne club in Perth.
This month’s top new products include an experimental whiskey merging Scotch, Canadian and American malts and a Provence-style Australian rosé backed by celebrity chef John Torode.
Craft beer aplenty, tasty introductions to wines from Israel and Slovenia, new restaurant launches and the royal combination of Champagne and caviar. It’s been a decadent week in HK’s wine industry.
The Champagne Guide author, Tom Stelzer will host a September masterclass in Hong Kong comparing several brands of non-vintage and vintage Champagne.
The 2009 vintage of Louis Roederer’s prestige cuvée, Cristal, has been released at just under £550 a case.
Champagne Ruinart has announced it is to be the official Champagne of the Frieze Art fairs in the US and UK.
The Champagne house will host travel-themed street parties throughout Hong Kong in August in homage to Madame Clicquot’s wish for her Champagne to be enjoyed “from New York to St Petersburg.”
Veuve Clicquot’s cellar master, Dominique Demarville, has said that 2016 can still be a good harvest despite the extreme weather the vineyards have endured.
The Comité Champagne has announced today that it won’t be holding its Annual Champagne Tasting in the UK next year after over 20 years staging the event.
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