Happening across Hong Kong, Macau and Shanghai this month, Debra Meiburg’s Georgian Wine Festival is determined to place Georgian wines firmly in the minds of Asia’s wine drinkers.
Eddie McDougall has collaborated with the Guibert family in the Languedoc to produce a new red wine blend from its Moulin de Gassac estate.
The Spanish Wine Federation (Federación Española del Vino, FEV) heralded another successful Vinexpo Hong Kong as Spanish wine continues to find favour among Asian wine drinkers.
Berry Bros & Rudd is currently offering a bottle of Barbadillo Vesos 1891 – purported to be the most expensive Sherry in the world – which comes with a hefty price tag of HK$89,450 (£8,000).
A Methuselah of 1985 Domaine de La Romanée-Conti sold for HK$918,750, the highest selling lot of Zachys recent Hong Kong sale.
Emmanuele Berselli, the sommelier at the newly relocated upscale Italian restaurant, Giando in Star Street, speaks to dbHK about inviting Monica Bellucci to dinner and his favourite bottle of Lambrusco.
As part of its new collection using the artwork of Spanish artist, Miquel Barceló, Pont des Arts has created a Grenache rosé in collaboration with super-Rhone producer, Chêne Bleu.
In honour of the ‘elegant’ 2014 vintage, BIVB will host Hong Kong’s first ever Bourgogne Week set to run at the end of this month.
Prosecco producers need to invest more time in cultivating the Chinese market in order to clear up the ‘confusion’ which currently surrounds Prosecco, says the CEO of historic winery, Villa Sandi.
One of Hong Kong’s oldest F&B suppliers will host its first ever wine portfolio tasting this week which features over 100 wines from 25 producers exclusive to the Hong Kong market.
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