Gary Boom came to London with just £10 in his pocket, and went on to found Bordeaux Index in 1997, having made a fortune in the City.
Rosé Champagne is here to stay and the best is yet to come for the category, according to one leading Master of Wine.
Enjoy a glass of Taylor’s Port? Then you most likely drive a Lexus, shop at Waitrose and own a pet fish, according to a new consumer brand profiling system.
For CEO Maggie Henriquez, fully communicating the heritage of Krug proved pivotal in changing the fortunes of the brand, writes Richard Woodard.
Keen to champion the concept of fizz and food matching, Champagne house Krug is to launch a pop-up crab shack on London’s South Bank.
Olivier Krug has admitted that LVMH-owned Champagne house Krug is not striving for consistency in style.
The science behind Champagne ageing might be lost on the consumer but producers are striving to strike the right balance.
American buyers were out in force at Sotheby’s New York sale this week, in an auction that made US$1.4 million and was dominated by Bordeaux.
We round up a dozen chef de caves in the making who are helping to make their houses sparkle with their passion, energy and technical nous.
LVMH’s organic revenue rose by 6% in the first quarter compared to last year, despite sales of its wine and spirits dropping by 3%.
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