The former owner of New York restaurant Cru is to auction his Burgundy-dominated collection in the US later this year.
Liv-ex director James Miles on the origin and role of exchanges, and why they’ve played a central role in the growth of the global market.
The Liv-ex indices continued their decline throughout May with first growth prices continuing to sink and non-Bordeaux fine wines strengthening their position in the market.
The LWF saw more than 11,000 visitors pass through its doors this week, attended by a record 780 exhibitors.
Hart Davis Hart has announced the largest sale in its history, spanning “unique” offerings from France, Italy, Germany and the US to take place in Chicago at the end of the month.
Burgundy from the cellar of Sir Alex Ferguson and a rare case of Domaine de la Romanée-Conti Richebourg 1945 dominated Christie’s London sale yesterday.
An ex-cellar collection of Cheval Blanc made over HK$11 million when it was auctioned by Sotheby’s in Hong Kong last weekend.
With London Wine Week around the corner, we round up the top 10 events to seek out when the town will be painted red, white and rosé.
Christie’s sale of wines from Sir Alex Ferguson’s collection made over £2 million (HK$29.3m) this weekend in Hong Kong.
The Bordeaux 2011s have received a boost since Robert Parker’s in-bottle scores, with trades in the vintage almost up to almost 20% of Bordeaux trading activity on Liv-ex this month.
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