New York auction house Zachys has hailed what it claims is the world’s first ever fine wine “flash auction” after total sales exceeded the high estimate.
The “Anything but Chardonnay” days are over according to one boutique Australian producer who believes the once unloved variety is firmly back in fashion.
Fine wine broker, LHK, is to close down after its owners decided to part ways it has been announced.
Bond may be known for Martinis and Bollinger but Right Bank estate Angélus is apparently his new preferred drink on trains.
A dramatic slump in demand is putting paid to China’s reputation as an ‘El Dorado’ for wine trading, one French importer has said.
Leading Barbaresco producer Gaja is hopeful of producing an outstanding 2015 vintage following a ‘spectacular’ harvest of its Nebbiolo grapes.
Burgundy producer Château de Santenay is optimistic that 2015 will be its greatest vintage yet.
Investors’ interest in the hitherto relatively unheralded 2011 vintage of Cheval Blanc has been boosted by a tip-off from the estate’s technical director, Pierre-Olivier Clouet.
Hart Davis Hart’s ‘Celebration of Bordeaux’ sale in Chicago last weekend made over US$6 million, with 1982 Le Pin leading the way.
This year’s Hospices de Beaune auction will feature two barrels of Chablis, the first time wines from the appellation have been offered at the sale.
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