Last month’s Vinexpo Asia-Pacific in Hong Kong saw a 6.3% increase in visitors, with a particular uplift in attendance from south-east Asia.
Que Vinh Dang, the founder of Hong Kong’s first brew pub, Tipping Point, has said he wants to use the venue to promote the city’s emerging craft beer culture.
Warming winter wines for the southern hemisphere, scarce earth McLaren Vale Shiraz and a “devilishly addictive” sweet red from Jerez made the Asia-Pacific press this week.
An ex-cellar collection of Cheval Blanc made over HK$11 million when it was auctioned by Sotheby’s in Hong Kong last weekend.
the drinks business talks with Rohit Dugar, founder and brewer at Hong Kong craft brewery Young Master, about the growing trend for brewing and drinking craft beer in the city.
2014’s Vinexpo Asia-Pacific has benefitted from a 6.4% increase in visitors with a boost in numbers coming from southeast Asia, according to the fair organiser.
Vincent Cheung, Asian grand master of the Commanderie de Bordeaux, has been named 2014’s Asian Wine Personality by the drinks business and the Institute of Masters of Wine.
Christie’s sale of wines from Sir Alex Ferguson’s collection made over £2 million (HK$29.3m) this weekend in Hong Kong.
the drinks business chats with “Hong Kong’s best bartender”, Wallace Lau of Wyndham the 4th.
Wines of Germany’s “Riesling Weeks” is coming back to Hong Kong but this time will run for the whole of June.
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