The first growths rule the roost for the first time since 2010 as we round up the top 10 most powerful wine labels of 2016.
A new generation of Australian winemakers are turning their backs on big, beefy styles in favour of lighter, fruitier expressions in response to demand from restaurants and consumers.
David Hockney’s design for Mouton Rothschild 2014 was launched at Spencer House in London on Friday at an event hosted by the artist along with Lord Rothschild.
Auction house Sotheby’s is to offer a “treasure trove” of “iconic” labels worth over $2 million in New York later this month.
The 2016 harvest in Bordeaux “is clearly an excellent vintage” and on a par in terms of quality with 2005 and 2009, according to Philippe Dhalluin, the managing director of Mouton Rothschild.
Ten Trinity Square Private Club, a London members’ club launching soon in partnership with Château Latour, has appointed former Restaurant Gordon Ramsay head sommelier Jan Konetzki as its wine director.
The leading Liv-ex fine wine indices both rose in January, continuing an unbroken run of monthly gains since December 2015 for the FW100.
Domaine de la Romanée-Conti’s Aubert de Villaine has said the wines of 2014 are particularly marked by their terroir expression, in what was a tricky vintage in Burgundy.
The Napa Valley Vintners (NVV) has announced that over 40 lots from its annual auction will be put online for international buyers to bid on for the first time.
Wine authenticator Maureen Downey will host a series of seminars on fine wine fraud and counterfeiting in Hong Kong next week.
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