Domaine de la Romanée-Conti’s Aubert de Villaine has been awarded a prize for his part in Burgundy receiving UNESCO world heritage status.
New York auction house Zachys has hailed what it claims is the world’s first ever fine wine “flash auction” after total sales exceeded the high estimate.
Starbucks, Burger King and Pret a Manger have all done it. Now a Greggs bakery in Darlington has dared to pair its ever-popular pastries with wine.
Chicago auction house, Hart Davis Hart began its autumn season with a “stellar” sale that realised US$5.4 million.
Acker Merrall & Condit’s next Hong Kong sale this month features a roll call of Burgundy’s greatest names.
Sotheby’s Hong Kong October auction features two single-owner sales estimated at over HK$36 million and described by the auction house as a “tempting treasure trove full of allure and promise.”
Is Domaine de la Romanée-Conti dangerously exposed by the gap that now exists between it and other fine wines?
There’s something wonderfully irreverent about pairing fine wine with fast food. Here, we round up our favourite guilty pleasures and the fine wines to drink them with.
Burgundy has roared ahead in recent years but are the region’s superstars going to hit a wall as prices climb higher? Have they already?
The Antique Wine Company has marked its 25th anniversary with the launch of a £75,000 wine case made from Marie Antoinette’s favourite oak tree at Versailles.
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