Champagne house Krug has released its 2003 vintage onto the market, described by Olivier Krug as “a big challenge”.
LVMH has toasted a successful 2013 recording a total revenue of €29.1 billion – an increase on the previous year of 4%.
Wine writer Michael Edwards has been inducted as a confrère of Saint Vincent de Vertus – the first non-Champenois to be so honoured.
A winemaker was tied up, gagged and threatened by masked men in the Languedoc over an agreement to sell his vineyard to Swiss buyers.
The CEO of Rémy Martin has announced his resignation, less than one month after after the resignation of Rémy Cointreau’s CEO.
No fixed destination, just a continuing quest to see what wines might be out there.
The grande dame of Bordeaux on living through World War Two, making the 1982 vintage at Château Pichon-Lalande and her admiration of the Queen.
Figures just released by the CIVC show that global Champagne shipments have fallen for the second consecutive year.
Despite difficult growing conditions, Burgundy 2012 remains a better buy than Bordeaux, says Corney & Barrow’s MD.
Bordeaux was still the top wine by volume for Sotheby’s in 2013 despite the Burgundy surge headed by Domaine de la Romanée-Conti.
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