“The moment you think you know all about wine, you’re kidding yourself,” was how Geoff Merrill of McLaren Vale in South Australia began our tutored tasting.
While whites are starting to be taken seriously in Hong Kong restaurants, the city is still seeing red, with Bordeaux continuing to steal hearts.
Rhône Valley Wines’ recent annual tasting combined art and film in a bid to win over Hong Kong’s younger generation of wine drinkers.
To commemorate the 18th anniversary of Hong Kong’s handover on 1 July 1997, we bring you a list of some of the city’s oldest drinking holes.
The new Veuve Clicquot cocktail, the indefatigable Etienne Hugel and tasting some of Mumm’s best vintages of the last 30 years – it’s Hong Kong’s week in pictures.
A wine importer specialising in Austrian wines has launched in Hong Kong to establish “strong links” between Austria and the Asia region.
Anyone looking to quench their thirst with a ginseng microbrew should skinny-jean their way through this list. Beards optional.
Due to the region’s increasing interest in bubbles, G.H. Mumm has relaunched highlights of its Cordon Rouge range from the last 30 years onto the Hong Kong market as part of its new Collection du Chef de Caves.
Featuring smaller-sized lots and classic vintages of Burgundy and Bordeaux, Acker will offer Asia collectors what the auction house describes as “the best of France, Europe and Beyond.”
As Hong Kong’s humidity rises, so does the list of cocktails available on every rooftop bar or dingy drinking den. Here are some new summer offerings.
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