China is no longer only about classified Bordeaux with the middle classes driving demand for entry-level wines, opening it up to other exporters for the first time, says the CEO of Vinexpo.
US lawyer Don Cornwell claims he has discovered the “proverbial smoking gun” that shows Hong Kong auction house Dragon 8 committed “knowing fraud upon the public”.
Still wines, Tawny and Ruby Ports, Single Quintas and field blends all came under the spotlight with dbHK’s latest wine masterclass – A Day in the Douro.
Exotic eastern ingredients such as lychee, kyoho grape liqueur and jasmine tea abound in these new cocktails by Tycoon Tann’s The Mod Bar.
Due to a huge increase in Masters of Wine students in Hong Kong, Debra Meiburg has established a series of practice tasting classes in the style of an MW exam.
As the world gears up for the Year of the Monkey, we’ve rounded up some of the best wine recommendations for the Chinese New Year feast.
With cold weather persisting in Hong Kong, the team enjoyed a Champagne Selosse tasting and some vintage ports for db
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UK fine wine specialist, Cult Wines, has announced it is to open an office in Hong Kong this year.
dbHK braved HK’s coldest temperatures to host its ‘Mastering Barolo’ masterclass, learn about Asia’s fake wine industry and hole up at the Intercontinental for some Oregon Pinot Noir.
The Oregon-based winery, Saffron Fields has its sights set on wooing HK wine drinkers as it launches onto the market via Corney & Barrow.
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