Wine merchant Sarment, known for its team of renowned sommeliers, has expanded its operations by venturing into Singapore.
The small Burgundy harvests in 2012 and 2013 have contributed to a slump in the region’s Asian markets, but the appetite remains undimmed.
The obligatory Burgundy tasting out of the way, it’s been cakes, Jura and ship-spotting in Hong Kong of late.
One of the world’s largest luxury travel retailer, DFS Group, is exhibiting some of the best wines and spirits at Singapore’s Changi airport.
April 2016 will see the launch of yet another trade fair in Asia, this time in Singapore as ProWein adds to its international portfolio of shows.
The newest additions to Debra Meiburg MW’s wine trade guides, covering Singapore and Beijing, have been launched.
Singapore and south east Asia’s Indonesia, Malaysia and Taiwan are the most exciting markets in the region right now, thinks Justerini & Brooks’ MD.
Champagne, rare Port, wines from lagoons and classic Japanese racing cars – from the sublime to the extraordinary in Asia.
The Singapore National Sommelier Competition 2014 showcased a new breed of talent, while setting a record for the youngest participant in the semi-finals.
Hong Kong has recorded record levels of Australian wine imports this year and is among a core of increasingly strong Asian markets.
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