Over 230 wines representing more than 12 countries will be in the spotlight at Continental Wines’ upcoming annual portfolio tasting in Hong Kong.
Producers of New Zealand’s most popular wine variety, Sauvignon Blanc, are aiming to show off the diversity of their produce at a London tasting in May.
Sacrilege on the streets of Paris this week, as France’s top wine judges rated English sparkling higher than Champagne in a blind tasting.
Entries are now being accepted for the drinks business Global Malbec Masters 2016, db‘s blind tasting of Malbec from around the world.
The seventh instalment of the Bourgogne Wines Club, hosted by the BIVB in Hong Kong earlier this week, saw a group of sommeliers blind taste 8 Chablis Premier Cru wines and assign Left or Right Bank to each.
Far from inky, over-extracted tongue-strippers, most Malbecs being produced around the world today demonstrate a remarkable sense of balance, as our Malbec Global Masters made clear.
Final entries are now being accepted for the drinks business’ latest Masters blind tasting, the Global Syrah Masters 2016, ahead of the April 14 deadline.
New Zealand wine critic and author Bob Campbell MW is to host a first-of-its-kind one-day wine course in collaboration with The New Zealand Cellar.
Rosé producers have until just 14 April to enter The Drinks Business Global Rosé Masters 2016.
Sauvignon Blanc has carved a comfortable niche for itself with producers and consumers alike. But is it time the grape upped its game? Our Masters tasting sought to find out.
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