The faithful hound of Justerini & Brooks’ chairman Hew Blair lives on in a Kiwi Pinot Noir.
US auctioneer Acker Merrall & Condit saw the final sale of importer Martine Saunier’s Burgundy collection go out with a “big bang” in New York.
Sotheby’s worldwide head of wine, Serena Sutcliffe, speaks to the drinks business about swimming the Aegean sea and snorkelling for Pétrus.
Coravin has brought in former Nespresso executive Frédéric Levy as CEO to help the wine access tool expand its footprint further across Europe and Asia.
Chianti Classico producer Querciabella has launched its first Riserva wine since the 1999 vintage.
Kenneth Gundlach, director of the recently liquidated Bordeaux Fine Wines Limited, has been disqualified from running a limited company until 2030.
The mood in Bordeaux is indignant, and the châteaux are laughing at the idea that this year’s en primeur campaign will see prices close to 2008, writes Jean-Marc Quarin.
This year’s London Wine Fair will see an increased fine wine focus with The View Tastings – a dedicated area for wines that cost over £30.
Consumers worldwide are returning to the fine wine market, whose recent downturn has seen a welcome exodus of many less reputable investment funds, according to one major player.
From Krug to Selosse and Roederer to Dom Pérignon, we count down the best-selling Champagne houses at Sotheby’s in 2014.
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