The Penfolds re-corking clinic will be on the road again this autumn visiting the UK, US and Canada as the service enters its 25th year.
Lion dances, lashings of wine and the announcement of this year’s Asian Wine Personality award winners – Vinexpo’s Italian-themed show was full of fun, frolics and frizzante.
Australian icon Penfolds is to offer freshly filled barrels of wine and private cellar tours to wealthy clients for £97,000 in a bid to cash in on the strength of the brand.
Don Ditter, chief winemaker at Australian icon Penfolds and custodian of Penfolds Grange during the ‘70s and ‘80s, has died at home in Sydney aged 89.
Penfolds used the launch of its 2015 Collection to announce a new partnership with London’s Royal Opera House.
Cross-regional sourcing is key to Penfolds latest release – a Grange from the extremely challenging 2011 vintage in South Australia.
A collection of Penfolds Grange spanning every vintage it was made from 1951 to 2010 has gone on sale at fine wine store Le Clos in Dubai for £358,596.
Penfolds is launching Grange 2010 today – a vintage where “nothing went wrong” according to the brand’s chief winemaker, Peter Gago.
Penfolds has announced a plan to shift the release date for its top end wines, launching them all together in October to tap into a key time of year for gift giving.
Penfolds winemakers inspected 230 bottles of Penfolds in London yesterday, including one bottle of “secret” Grange, at the brand’s recorking clinic.
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