It won’t be another “vintage of the century”, but 2014 could be “just what Bordeaux needs,” says ex-pat grower and winemaker, Gavin Quinney.
Cristina Mariani May, co-CEO of the US importer Banfi Vintners, on ambition, wine and running like Forrest Gump.
Dubai is a relatively new market for wine, but the trade is developing fast, according to Olivier Gasselin, head sommelier at Hakkasan.
Sotheby’s upcoming London wine sale, set to feature more than 1,000 lots of rare and classic Bordeaux wines, has been tipped to raise more than £1 million.
Last week Sassicaia and its second wine Guidalberto “ruled the roost” in the Liv-ex trade tables with the 2010 and 2011 trading in “healthy quantities.”
Berkmann’s Alex Canneti explains the pricing behind the famed Super Tuscan, and why Italy’s fine wines are stealing share from the French.
Memories of cheque-book waving Chinese mobbing Berry Bros & Rudd’s Hong Kong office have long faded, but Simon Staples, the firm’s sales director for Asia, says it isn’t all doom and gloom.
The Liv-ex Fine Wine 100 saw a small but palpable lift in August with Lafite leading the way as the growing signs that the overall decline in the market is nearing an end bear (a little) fruit.
From tawny Port to demi-sec Champagne via Sauternes and Pacherenc du Vic Bilh, the Wine Etc. team suggests the best fine wines to pair with moon cakes this mid-autumn festival.
Sotheby’s is to auction off 114 bottles of Domaine de la Romanée-Conti in Hong Kong this October – the most valuable lot ever offered at a wine sale.
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