Armit’s newly appointed managing director Kirsten Kilby has revealed she plans to slash the fine wine merchant’s range by 20% to make it more streamlined.
Bernard Magrez, the owner of Pape Clément, has acquired a parcel of vines in St-Estéphe for a newly created label.
Having recorded a full year of monthly gains in November, the Fine Wine 100 – the industry benchmark – has also outperformed other global indices over the course of 2016 Liv-ex has reported.
John Fox, owner of bankrupt fine wine retailer Premier Cru, has been sentenced to six-and-a-half years in prison for running a ponzi scheme for two decades.
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Berry Bros and Rudd has appointed Direct Wines’ head of wine as its new buying director.
The Côtes du Rhône Villages has been expanded with the addition of three new appellations for red wine, it has been confirmed.
UK-based auction house Sotheby’s claims to have “dominated” the global wine auction market in 2016 with sales in excess of US$70 million.
Glenelly, the Stellenbosch estate owned by Bordeaux doyenne May de Lencquesaing, is embarking on a tourism drive with a new restaurant, tasting room and museum.
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