As the 2013 Bordeaux vintage is released, have declining prices finally made its wines a more appealing prospect?
Kevin Davy, founder of Sommelier at Home in HK speaks to dbHK about his love of natural wines and being a lucky Dragon from a good vintage.
Bordeaux estates are ‘testing the waters’ with ex-cellar releases ahead of this year’s en primeur campaign.
The year ‘1855’ has been officially recognised as a “traditional term” by the EU, meaning companies are no longer allowed to use it as or in their name.
The list of the best performing labels on the secondary market in 2015 from Burgundy highlights the stagnating prices at the top end of the category.
The 2014 vintage will represent the first certifiably organic wines from Vignobles von Neipperg’s premier grand cru classé St Emilion estates.
The first wines from Ornellaia’s Archivio Storico project will go on sale next month at Sotheby’s New York auction.
The Hong Kong fine wine company, Omtis has hailed last year as a success despite a lacklustre fine wine market currently clouding Asia.
Haut-Brion’s parent company, Domaine Clarence Dillon, has opened a restaurant and fine wine shop in a mansion in central Paris as part of its 80th anniversary celebrations.
A case of Domaine de la Romanée-Conti’s Romanée-Conti 1990 has made HK$1.5 million at Zachys’ sale in Hong Kong.
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