This week’s round-up of wines featured in Asian media reveals an “astoundingly well-made” red, a rosé described as “a refreshing summer tipple” and “a full bodied white with lots of richness.”
Hong Kong’s Slurp Asia is trading profitably despite the troubles faced by its UK namesake, which went into administration last month.
Fine dining in the Far East has improved dramatically in recent years and with innovation rife this is really just the tip of the iceberg.
Our weekly rundown sees a Singaporean blogger select an Aussie Shiraz and Jeannie Cho Lee MW pick out a Pinot.
Sotheby’s will host an auction composed exclusively of Domaine de la Romanée-Conti this autumn.
The Asian market’s thirst for Cognac is fuelling the success of the region’s top blends according to the largest family-owned producer in Cognac.
Approximately HK$1 million worth of wines have been stolen from a wine firm located in Tseun Wan, Hong Kong.
Robert Beynat, managing director of Vinexpo, is to begin the process of stepping down this autumn – leaving the role to be filled by Laurent-Perrier’s Guillaume Deglise.
Château Le Bon Pasteur in Pomerol, owned by the Rolland family, has been sold to a Chinese businessman, marking the first grand cru property in Bordeaux to be sold to an Asian investor.
Sotheby’s will host an ex-cellar sale of Domaine Clarence Dillon in Hong Kong this autumn.
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