Penfolds has partnered with a French glassmaker to make two special decanters for its new 2012 Grange.
Antoine Jacquet, director of the Hospices de Beaune, has died very suddenly while in China at the age of 64.
Sotheby’s fine wine sale in New York this November will feature over 1,000 lots of Bollinger, Krug and top Burgundy.
Australia is producing the best wines in its history. To celebrate this, we’ve rounded up ten we believe have great fine wine potential and are set to be the stars of the future.
Sotheby’s London sale this week realised a total of £1.4 million, with Petrus and Mouton Rothschild dominating the most expensive lots.
Château Lynch-Bages has announced it will renovate its cellars in 2017 and has named a Chinese-American architect to lead the project.
With the secondary fine wine market now looking in robust health the question for most fine wine investors must be, ‘how do I play it from here?’
Rioja needs to emulate Champagne by building a “hierarchy” of terroir and villages rather than relying purely on the blending and ageing of its wines, a leader producer has said.
The 2009 vintage of Louis Roederer’s Cristal is now being offered and with back vintages of top Champagnes rising in price it’s a good idea to jump in early.
Bonhams next London sale later this month will be led by a large consignment of top Californian wines.
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