Moët & Chandon cellar master Benoît Gouez unveiled the house’s 2006 vintage in London yesterday, after deciding to skip a vintage style from 2005.
From Millennials to legislation by way of sustainability and off-piste wines, we set the scene for 2014.
From London to Hong Kong via Dusseldorf, we take a tour of the key wine and spirits exhibitions of 2014.
In a town like Hong Kong age is no barrier to excellence and some of the city’s best restaurants are staffed by incredibly capable young sommeliers
The US market will see fine wine sales increase by 6-10% in 2014, according to a new report, but domestic producers will face profitability challenges.
Liv-ex has launched a new fine wine index covering more wine regions to reflect the changing shape of what is now a US$4 billion market.
SA’s Wine Cellar and wildlife photographers Daryl and Sharna Balfour have joined forces to offer a fine wine safari in the Masai Mara.
Despite difficult growing conditions, Burgundy 2012 remains a better buy than Bordeaux, says Corney & Barrow’s MD.
Burgundy producers are increasingly looking beyond the Côte d’Or to satisfy an increasing demand for the region’s wines.
Pernod Ricard’s Spanish wine arm, Domecq Bodegas, is working to cultivate a luxury position for its Rioja brand Ysios, targeting Chinese consumers.
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