Sotheby’s is to auction off 114 consecutive vintages of Domaine de la Romanée-Conti – the most valuable lot ever offered at a wine sale.
The Antique Wine Company has appointed Jean-Philippe Guillot as its new Hong Kong-based Asia sales director as it expands its Asian operations.
The fine wine market jumped on Montrose 2010 at the end of last week when Robert Parker elevated from 99 to 100-points – don’t expect the same for the 2013s.
US diner chain Denny’s has launched a $300 brunch served with Dom Pérignon Champagne.
Thai sommeliers could be sent to jail for recommending wine to consumers after midnight if new draconian laws on alcohol promotion are given the green light.
Enjoying a glass of wine with dinner combined with regular cups of tea and exercise could be the key to prolonging your life, scientists have claimed.
Yvonne May, regional director for the UK and Europe for Wine Australia, has passed away.
A plump Port, zingy Verdhello and “superbly honeyed” Hungarian Furmint Tokaji make it into this week’s round up.
Nearly 2,000 bottles of wine worth £14,000 were stolen from a wine merchant in a late-night smash and grab.
Wines of Germany has announced the winners of its Hong Kong Riesling Weeks competition from across the on- and off-trades.
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