Tapping into Hong Kong’s current trend for whisky tasting, Hullett House has launched a series of whisky workshops, aimed solely at women.
A 1960 bottle of Karuizawa sold for HK$918,750 at Bonhams’ Friday auction – the most ever paid for a single bottle of Japanese whisky.
After conquering London’s top wine lists, Syria’s lone commercial winery Bargylus and Lebanon’s Marsyas have arrived in Hong Kong.
Contemporary French restaurant, Serge et La Phoque will introduce the à la carte sharing menu in mid-September to mark its transition towards “a more relaxed way of dining.”
Vincent Cervoni, of the Corsican Wine Board, is determined to develop his country’s presence in the Asian wine market, and for Corsica to step out of France’s shadow.
David Webster joined Watson’s Wine in the 1970s and was at the forefront of introducing wine to the city when everyone was still drinking Cognac and wearing flares.
After six years of hard work, one of China’s leading producers has launched its new sparkling wine series “Angelina” to the Hong Kong and China markets.
The Meiburg Wine Media group will host a series of November seminars and conferences in Hong Kong and China for industry professionals looking to conquer the Chinese wine market.
Havana Club and the Lobster Ball and Grill in the Island Shangri-La have teamed up to create “Havana Club Inspirations” and have launched two new premium bottlings to the hotel’s portfolio.
The chance to taste some of the last bottles of Krug 1915 will be offered by Sotheby’s in New York this September as houses announce their autumn sales programmes.
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