Lunch and Champagne tastings gave way to the disruption of road blocks and the protestors of Occupy Central this week in Hong Kong.
Australia’s Treasury Wine Estates has received formal takeover offers from two private equity firms, according to the Australian Financial Review.
Nearly 500 cases of fine Bordeaux wines left over following the collapse of Bordeaux Fine Wines Limited have been put up for sale.
A club at which guests are breathalysed on the door and where no alcoholic beverages are sold has launched in Stockholm.
With the release of some extremely rare Burgundy, a London merchant is offering a tantalising glimpse into a multi-millionaire’s cellar.
In October key buying personnel from the travel retail market will descend on Cannes for the sector’s biggest event of the year.
A drinks industry charity is set to become the first beneficiary of a website that auctions off wines to raise money for worthy causes.
The Symington Family has introduced its new look Graham’s 2009 Late Bottled Vintage, produced in a very hot year which resulted in very low yields.
Two people were injured after a small plane crashed into a vineyard in Sonoma County.
From Stalin’s Russia to the fine wine investor, everyone needs a five year plan, as Liv-ex director Justin Gibbs explains.
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