David Webster joined Watson’s Wine in the 1970s and was at the forefront of introducing wine to the city when everyone was still drinking Cognac and wearing flares.
After China’s stock market experienced its biggest single-day loss in eight years, investors are worried this could see an end to China’s imports of luxury drinks brands.
Château Mouton Rothschild has overtaken fellow first growth Lafite as the most searched for wine on Liv-ex.
Sotheby’s Hong Kong October auction features two single-owner sales estimated at over HK$36 million and described by the auction house as a “tempting treasure trove full of allure and promise.”
US wine merchant Wally’s has named Julia Gilbert as the new vice president of its auction division.
Vega Sicilia has named its new technical director, just three days after confirming the departure of the former winemaker.
Château Lafite’s price premium versus its fellow first growths is continuing to fall with Mouton Rothschild and Haut-Brion catching up.
The chance to taste some of the last bottles of Krug 1915 will be offered by Sotheby’s in New York this September as houses announce their autumn sales programmes.
We count down the richest French châteaux owners in the world, according to French business paper Challenge’s Fortune 500.
Fine wine merchant Sarment is teaming up with some of Asia’s leading restaurants to offer its members exclusive wine lists.
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