It’s the perennial conundrum: how does one convey the complex appeal of wine to a younger generation? Yuko and Shin Kibayashi, authors of The Drops of God, may have the answer, writes Patrick Schmitt MW.
A year after Robert Parker’s much anticipated retrospective of the Bordeaux 2005 vintage, which estates have profited the most?
A four-day safari in South Africa was the highest-grossing lot at this year’s Auction Napa Valley, which helped to raise US$14.3 million for various charities.
As the fine wine market gains ground, what first growths currently in the market represent the best bargains?
US critic Robert Parker has given the 2009 Pape Clément 100-points in the most recent Hedonist’s Gazette, after a “fun” tasting of some wines from the vintage.
A number of 100-point Bordeaux wines from the 2000 to 2010 vintages remain under £5,000 a case – is this a pool of ‘good value’ blue chip claret to interest collectors and investors?
Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate is appearing at the London Wine Fair for the first time in the publication’s 38-year history.
Two Bordeaux wines, both from St Emilion, both grand cru classé, one lauded by Robert Parker – so why does the other get all the attention?
As Robert Parker relinquishes Bordeaux tasting at the The Wine Advocate to Neal Martin, does an even greater cult following beckon for his ‘perfect’ 100-point clarets?
Famed US wine critic Robert Parker has handed over full Bordeaux-related tasting duties at The Wine Advocate to Neal Martin.
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