As the Black Friday frenzy subsides, Philip Staveley highlights a growing opportunity for wines from Pomerol on the fine wine market.
Mother and daughter Sylvie Cazes and Julie Regimbeau are the driving forces behind Chateau Chauvin. They sit down with dbHK and explain their transformations in the vineyard and visions for the future.
After a wave of petit châteaux and Coutet released their prices yesterday, today is the turn of Pomerol estate Gazin.
With the trade having descended on Bordeaux for primeurs, we present a few first impressions of the Right Bank, Sauternes, Graves and Pessac-Léognan.
Christie’s latest Hong Kong auction saw 93% of lots sold, with 12 bottles of Petrus 2000 fetching HK$392,000 (US$50,734).
Bordeaux reds do not need to spend time in oak in order to have a long life ahead of them according to one producer in the region.
Corney & Barrow is offering its allocation of Petrus 2014 – the cheapest on the market.
The Liv-ex merchants’ survey crowned Vieux Château Certan as the wine of the 2014 vintage with two thirds expecting increased interest from buyers.
The head of Domaine Jacques Prieur has explained how experiences in Bordeaux and Burgundy have informed major winemaking changes at the family estates in each region.
The Essex-born, Surrey-based wine writer on his love of KFC and 1945 Claret, dislike of corked wine writers and fear of architecture.
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