The third and final part of the private collection of former Manchester United manager, Sir Alex Ferguson, will be on offer at Christie’s next Hong Kong sale.
Take the first growths out of the equation and Bordeaux hasn’t actually suffered too badly in recent years.
Spain’s fine wines have never exactly wowed on the secondary market but beneath the lack of standout headlines their performance is far from woeful.
Michael Jessen, formerly of Wally’s Auctions, has joined Hong Kong-based Burgundy specialist, Pearl of Burgundy.
Sotheby’s is set to offer a bottle of 1903 Lafite as part of its next London sale this December.
Chicago-based fine wine auctioneer, Hart Davis Hart, has said it will host the “largest wine auction of 2015” next month.
Champagne producer Duval-Leroy has announced its entire range is now “vegan friendly”.
Crédit Agricole has divested itself of first growth Sauternes estate Château Rayne Vigneau to a specialist wine group.
Wine from the personal cellar of fraudster Rudy Kurniawan is being sold off by the US Marshals Service after being declared genuine.
With Bordeaux no longer the over-riding force in fine wine, does the market stand a better chance of ending the year on a high?
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