With 2015 expected to be stronger in quality than the already strong 2014s, price increases are a certainty this campaign – but how much more expensive will they be?
Two “superb” collections of vintage Champagne and claret will lead Bonhams’ next London sale on 14 April.
Laurent Ponsot, the head of Domaine Ponsot, has warned that it’s up to Burgundy producers to protect themselves against wine counterfeiting – but many remain unprepared.
Sotheby’s is to hold a three-day sale in New York this May featuring some 20,000 bottles from the cellar of billionaire US collector and anti-fraud campaigner, Bill Koch.
It’s with some reluctance that we turn our attention this week to Brexit deliberations, not because they are unimportant, but because they have already generated their fair share of hot air.
Fine wine merchants have largely predicted that the market will end in the black this year – though their predictions have been less bullish than in 2015.
US auction house Wally’s has gone suspiciously quiet recently and it is currently unclear what its exact future will be.
Some of the first impressions of the 2015 Bordeaux vintage have started to come in and are both positive and point to a strong showing from the Right Bank.
Paul Pontallier, technical and managing director of Château Margaux, has died.
As Hong Kong’s overall wine market recovers, we reveal the top 10 biggest wine importers by volume and how they have fared between 2010-2014.
© 2016 Union Press Ltd | Unit 122, 30 Great Guildford Street, London SE1 0HS, UK | Registered in England and Wales No. 03606414 | Tel: +44 (0)20 7803 2420