Organic wine producer, Domaine Wardy from the Bekaa Valley has its sights set on breaking into Asia’s crowded wine market by “wooing the trade.”
Champagne and caviar tasting, a rosé revolution, street art and a failed detox – it’s been an interesting week for the db HK team.
The sommelier of the Mira hotel in Tsim Sha Tsui speaks to db about opening a 1961 Krug after winning the 1999 World’s Best Sommelier competition and seeking out the “craziest food and wine pairings.”
Hong Kong customers who buy Mumm Champagne through Watson’s Wines can win a trip to the 2015 Grand Prix in Singapore.
A 30-year-old Russian man was beaten up and bound with Scotch tape after being drunk and unruly on a Siberian Airlines flight from Hong Kong to Vladivostok.
Keen to replicate the burgeoning success of Georgian wine in London and New York, pioneering winemakers have Asia firmly in their sights, but have been met with mixed reactions.
Discovering Georgian wine, a rosé workshop and Bastille Day fun – it’s been a busy week for the db HK team.
The arrival of Chef Robert Petzold earlier this year marked a change in direction for Boqueria Hong Kong with its new menu, the Taste of Spain, focusing on pairing tapas with wine.
Explore Hong Kong’s wine drinking past with our selection of food and wine adverts which graced newspapers from the 1980s to 1990s.
Michael Lee of Michelin starred restaurant, La Saison speaks to db about his most precious bottle of 1962 Cheval Blanc and his fear of global warming affecting his favourite vineyards.
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