A run of small harvests, strong demand for the top names and soaring vineyard prices is changing the shape of Burgundy’s entire wine model.
The CEO of Château Palmer and sales director of Pichon-Baron have tentatively hailed the 2014 vintage in Bordeaux as the best since 2010.
US auction house Hart Davis Hart is hoping to see out the year in style with a sale it hopes will net between US$4-$7 million.
South Africa’s blended white wine is a flagship for the country’s overall offering. Tim Atkin MW takes us through this strengthening category
In the second of a two-part interview Peter Sisseck, the Danish winemaker behind Pingus, explains how Ribera del Duero went astray.
Liv-ex director Justin Gibbs gives his insight, particularly in relation to Bordeaux, on the Liv-ex Power 100 list of the world’s top-performing fine wines.
The results of the drinks business Sauvignon Blanc Global Masters have been revealed, highlighting the style’s medal-winning wines.
Gaja, Giacosa and Conterno all scored groundbreaking prices at the recent James Clark sale, reports Sotheby’s Jamie Ritchie.
Christian Seely, the port-loving MD of AXA Millésimes, speaks to the drinks business about his biggest vice and why ambition is more important than talent.
Bordeaux en primeur prices could drop by up to 30% compared to last year if one takes into account a newly weakened euro, believes Allan Sichel.
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