Over half of the 49 Bordeaux wines given a “perfect” 100-point score by Robert Parker since 2000 are currently trading below £5,000 a case.
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?
Is the 2006 Cheval Blanc a “dark horse” vintage for the Saint Emilion heavyweight?
The small peninsula of Macau plays host to a wealth of wine talent. Here, db HK rounds up 10 of the country’s finest and most passionate sommeliers.
The fourth vintage of Krug’s Clos d’Ambonnay, the 2000, has been released with just over 5,000 bottles available.
Charles Heidsieck outlined important finessing of its distribution as the Champagne house unveiled its Rosé Millésime 2006, the first since its 1999 vintage.
An employee of a Singaporean wine merchant illegally sold almost 15,000 bottles of company wine to pay loan sharks.
The 1995s show impressive returns two decades on but is there actually any left to buy?
Is the time for the northern Italian region coming as its Bolgheri cousins suffer at the hands of a Bordeaux resurgence?
Corney & Barrow is offering its allocation of Petrus 2014 – the cheapest on the market.
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