A dramatic slump in demand is putting paid to China’s reputation as an ‘El Dorado’ for wine trading, one French importer has said.
Leading Barbaresco producer Gaja is hopeful of producing an outstanding 2015 vintage following a ‘spectacular’ harvest of its Nebbiolo grapes.
Burgundy producer Château de Santenay is optimistic that 2015 will be its greatest vintage yet.
Investors’ interest in the hitherto relatively unheralded 2011 vintage of Cheval Blanc has been boosted by a tip-off from the estate’s technical director, Pierre-Olivier Clouet.
A man who was banned from running a company has swindled £1m out of investors in a fraudulent fine wine scheme, a London court has heard.
Fournier estates has expanded its “Wine Partners” concept of buying vineyard plots to include its estate in Ribera del Duero.
Liv-ex MD James Miles, will tell this week’s Wine Industry Conference in Hong Kong why speculation is, and always has been, part of fine wine.
There is no justification for investment measures specific to the wine sector, according to a report published today by the European Court of Auditors (ECA).
I am the managing director of a wine investment business. There, I’ve said it.
Bordeaux Index has appointed Lindsay Hamilton, co-founder of rival fine wine merchant Farr Vinters, to the BI board of directors.
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