Shareholders at Domaine Leflaive have announced Brice de La Morandière as the Burgundy estate’s new manager following the death last month of Anne Claude Leflaive.
Australian wine tasting, sampling a Hibiki 21 year old, a Coravin blind tasting and a Montrose dinner. It’s been a busy and extravagant week for the db HK team.
The 12 finalists who will compete for the title Moët UK Sommelier of the Year 2015 have been announced ahead of the final stage of the competition next month.
The latest addition to the English sparkling wine category has set out ambitions for high quality based on single vineyard production and a significant reserve wine component to its blends.
South Africa has become the go to country for affordable fine wine, according to one of the country’s top Pinot Noir producers.
A group of history obsessed boys have “methodically” and with great care found and excavated a 6th -7th century AD wine press in Jerusalem.
A “revolutionary” Chilean red, posh Prosecco and old vine Zinfandel that favours “elegance over brawn” make the cut in this week’s UK press roundup.
After a campaign dominated by Left Bank properties so far, this morning saw three notable Right Bank properties step onto the stage.
Cono Sur, the official wine of Le Tour de France in the UK, used the Olympic Velodrome in London to launch its 2015 marketing campaign.
Wineries from British Columbia upped their presence at the Wines of Canada tasting in central London this year with 13 producers attending.
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