The New York auction house claims to have hosted the city’s largest fine wine sale in nearly a decade last week.
The first sale of the “Empire Collection” made over US$3 million at Wally’s New York sale last weekend, with one whole day given over to Burgundy.
US auctioneer Acker Merrall & Condit saw the final sale of importer Martine Saunier’s Burgundy collection go out with a “big bang” in New York.
From Krug to Selosse and Roederer to Dom Pérignon, we count down the best-selling Champagne houses at Sotheby’s in 2014.
The fine wine auction market is shifting depending on where the wine is sourced, where it’s sold and which corner of the world has the deepest pockets.
Zachys has a line-up of Krug, Mouton signed by Andy Warhol and over 1,000 lots of Burgundy to sell at its next sale in New York at the end of this month.
Michelin-starred New York chef Daniel Burns has claimed the “spectrum of flavour” in beer makes it better-suited than wine for pairing with cheese.
Burgundy and Spain will be a major part of Wally’s New York and Bonhams’ London sales towards the end of this month.
Dubbed “the grandest Italian wine event ever held outside Italy”, Vino 2015 is packing out New York’s Waldorf Astoria this week.
Auction house Sotheby’s has released its 2014 report and, for the second year in a row, Domaine de la Romanée-Conti has topped the rankings.
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