Renowned Kitchen Nightmares chef Gordon Ramsay has added London House to his Hong Kong portfolio, which is set to open in the first week of September.
With a focus on premium châteaux and domaines, Hong Kong-based merchant Kerry Wines will present over 60 wines at its consumer and trade event in November.
Hong Kong is gearing up for the 2015 Mid-Autumn Festival, with the city’s wine merchants offering delights that can be enjoyed with or without the ubiquitous mooncake.
Fresh from a holiday, team db HK was lucky enough to try wines from Syria’s sole winery, meet Yangarra’s Peter Fraser and discover the stylish and fruit-forward wines of Corsica.
Greg De ‘Eb, general manager of Crown Wine Cellars opens up to db HK about his greatest vices and the best and worst things about the HK wine business.
Tapping into Hong Kong’s current trend for whisky tasting, Hullett House has launched a series of whisky workshops, aimed solely at women.
A 1960 bottle of Karuizawa sold for HK$918,750 at Bonhams’ Friday auction – the most ever paid for a single bottle of Japanese whisky.
After conquering London’s top wine lists, Syria’s lone commercial winery Bargylus and Lebanon’s Marsyas have arrived in Hong Kong.
Contemporary French restaurant, Serge et La Phoque will introduce the à la carte sharing menu in mid-September to mark its transition towards “a more relaxed way of dining.”
Vincent Cervoni, of the Corsican Wine Board, is determined to develop his country’s presence in the Asian wine market, and for Corsica to step out of France’s shadow.
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