A “quintessential” Domaine de Chevalier released this morning but despite positive noises from merchants, is it the wine everyone wants?
Chicago-based fine wine auctioneer, Hart Davis Hart, saw its latest sale achieve a “remarkable” US$6.2 million.
Online fine wine retailer, Slurp.asia has become Cru Hong Kong following its acquisition by the Cru Group last year.
Zachys Asia has surprises up its sleeve for the spring auction which will “present the best of the best” from Bordeaux, Burgundy and Champagne, as well as a lot of fine whisky.
Léoville Barton and Pape Clement released this morning, but are they among the campaign’s better-judged releases?
Fine Wine merchant Lea & Sandeman has expressed its frustration with the pricing of this year’s en primeur campaign.
Château d’Issan invited prominent members of the UK trade to Westminster Abbey last night to commemorate the days when Bordeaux was English.
Pavie emerged this morning and, as was expected, mirrored fellow Saint Emilion “A” Angelus in its pricing, while the “best value” wine of the year was also released.
Pol Roger is preparing to launch its “best ever” blanc de blancs, the 2008 vintage, in the UK in the next few weeks.
Despite a “mixed” approach to 2014 Bordeaux pricing, the fine wine market is said to be in a “broadly positive” mood, although the greatest trading activity is linked to more mature vintages.
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