Chicago-based auction house Hart Davis Hart has announced its first auction of 2016 will be held later this month.
It was a clean sweep for Bordeaux at Sotheby’s latest London sale with wines from the region accounting for the 10 top-selling lots.
The New York auction house has reported a positive first sale for 2016 driven by Asian buyers’ continuing demand for top Burgundy.
Of all the second wines buyers are seeking out currently, Petit Mouton is attracting the most attention.
UK fine wine specialist, Cult Wines, has announced it is to open an office in Hong Kong this year.
Prices for top Burgundy are beginning to outpace those for first growth clarets, but as the region continues to trade on its rarity, its value in relation to Bordeaux must surely come into question.
As the fine wine market is measured in sterling, its performance affects everything – especially price returns.
As the 2013 Bordeaux vintage is released, have declining prices finally made its wines a more appealing prospect?
Kevin Davy, founder of Sommelier at Home in HK speaks to dbHK about his love of natural wines and being a lucky Dragon from a good vintage.
Bordeaux estates are ‘testing the waters’ with ex-cellar releases ahead of this year’s en primeur campaign.
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