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.
Burgundy topped the results at Acker Merrall & Condit’s New York sale and Christie’s Hong Kong auction last week.
Bonhams’ Hong Kong sale this week saw fierce bidding for a collection of rare Japanese whiskies.
Imaginative bartenders, polo, literature and one structure’s particularly impressive claim; it’s been an eclectic week in the drinks industry.
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