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.
Bordeaux was still the top wine by volume for Sotheby’s in 2013 despite the Burgundy surge headed by Domaine de la Romanée-Conti.
Domaine de la Romanée-Conti was the most valuable fine wine sold by Sotheby’s in 2013.
Haynes, Hanson & Clark is looking to boost its Burgundy offering with wines from the Mâconnais and Châlonnaise as Côte d’Or prices rise and volumes shrink.
There has been a substantial price drop for some Bordeaux 2005s since 2011, with many trading well below their peak.
A new wine merchant, backed by a group of high profile investors, has started trading as its founder suggests that the fine wine marketplace is about to pick up.
Police have seized more than 2,000 bottles of wine from the home of an attorney alleged to be in charge of an illegal mail order wine network.
Vintages of Louis Jadot dating back to the 1950s are to go on sale in Hong Kong later this month.
The “Evita” of wine on her desire to see Argentina free of corruption, having no regrets, and travelling around India on an elephant.
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