Altaya’s managing director, Paulo Pong, has said 2015 is off to a strong start and he expects to see continuing trends for Burgundy and increasing online sales.
The Liv-ex Fine Wine 100 index has seen its biggest monthly rise in in two years, climbing nearly 2% in January, driven by 2005 Bordeaux.
From tongue-twisting flavour combinations to daring designs, the past year has seen all manner of innovations unleashed upon the world of wine.
London wine experience Vinopolis will close at the end of this year, with management insisting the move is “the best possible decision for the business and its shareholders.”
This week’s round up is all about big, bold reds from South America, affordable Spanish wines and an aromatic Austrian white.
The UK’s biggest supermarket and drinks retailer Tesco is planning to cut its range of wine, beer and spirits by a third, according to reports.
Wine is now the most popular alcoholic drink in the UK having overtaken beer, according to research commissioned by the WSTA.
A couple based in Marlborough, New Zealand, have found an innovative use for old wine barrels – turning them into skateboards.
A Burgundy producer is hoping to raise at least £1.9 million by offering shares through a campaign hosted by UK-based crowdfunding platform Seedrs.
An ex-cellar collection of Mouton Rothschild has made over HK$32 million (£2.75m) at auction in Hong Kong, double the pre-sale estimate.
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