Penfolds Grange

Fine wine investment: Tactical approaches

If the prices of five quite different Petit Moutons can be so similar, what exactly does this mean in respect of a tactical approach to the market? Does it mean that considerations of quality are irrelevant and that all wines eventually polarise to the same spot?

Penfolds unveils ‘controversial’ multi-vintage Grange

Penfolds has unveiled its latest creation, a multi-vintage blend of three vintages of its top label Grange – the 2008, 2012 and the yet to be released 2014 – that costs AU$3,000 a bottle. Called 'g3' head winemaker Peter Gago said he expects it to attract controversy.

Grange vertical stays in Australia

A vertical of Penfolds Grange spanning the vintages 1951 to 2012 was sold in Adelaide this weekend for AU$230,000, less than was hoped for, but the collection will stay in Australia.

Penfolds partners National Geographic in video collaboration

Australian wine giant Penfolds is collaborating with National Geographic on a series of videos recounting the stories behind aged wines that have been brought into its famous re-corking clinics.

Top 10 wines at Heathrow

October 3rd, 2014

Fine Wine 1000 holds steady

April 7th, 2014

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