Pinot Noir tastings, the HKTDC fair, hairy crabs and surprise sightings including a footballing super-star – there’s no let up in the Hong Kong calendar.
Singapore and south east Asia’s Indonesia, Malaysia and Taiwan are the most exciting markets in the region right now, thinks Justerini & Brooks’ MD.
With the release of some extremely rare Burgundy, a London merchant is offering a tantalising glimpse into a multi-millionaire’s cellar.
Fine wine merchant Justerini & Brooks has appointed Cellina Chan as its new head of sales in Hong Kong.
UK fine wine lovers are abandoning Bordeaux in favour of other regions, as high prices and a run of good European vintages encourage them to seek alternatives.
The Loire is ripe for a major generational shift, as young winemakers begin to prove the quality potential of neglected parts of the region.
Liv-ex’s Super Tuscan indices show strong upward growth for the Italian wines although Solaia is showing signs of slipping.
Chile’s main obstacle to being taken seriously as a fine wine producer is not quality but rather its limited track record, believes Justerini & Brooks’ buying director Giles Burke-Gaffney.
“Spirits can learn a lot from fine wine,” believes Sarah Miles, as the new managing director of Diageo Wines Europe outlined her growth plans for fine wine merchant Justerini & Brooks.
Diageo Wines Europe, the umbrella company for Justerini & Brooks and Percy Fox & Co, has appointed Sarah Miles as its new managing director.
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