Dancing snow leopards, premium saké by Japanese footballers and moon cakes – the season is just getting started for the Hong Kong drinks industry.
Jacques Boissenot, one of the world’s most influential wine consultants, has died aged 75.
A republican gubernatorial candidate has come under fire after admitting he is a member of a wine club which costs $US100,000 (£60,000) to join.
A “wine war” has kicked off in Italy after winemakers were warned too many vineyards could be damaging to the environment.
Seven out of 10 French people don’t know their Chablis from their Champagne, according to a recent survey.
The Champagne Bar at the Grand Hyatt Hong Kong is set to reopen this September with the aim of being the “go to” venue for the city’s fizz lovers.
Jean Philippe Guillot, the Antique Wine Company’s new Asia sales director, on the company’s belief in the opportunities in the Philippines.
Sotheby’s is to auction off 114 bottles of Domaine de la Romanée-Conti in Hong Kong this October – 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.
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