A case of 1978 Guigal La Mouline sold for double its high estimate at Christie’s London sale last week.
A drunken poet waxes lyrical as he recounts his loves and losses in the Tales of Hoffmann.
Matthew Jukes picks out a “juicy ‘Aussie Côtes-du-Rhône’”, while David Williams recommends an Australian sweet “sticky” – a bargain at just £7.99.
Christine Valette-Pariente, co-owner of Château Troplong Mondot in Saint Emilion has died after losing her battle with cancer.
We count down the world’s current top 10 most powerful wine brands, according to the drinks business Power Brands 2013.
With a mixture of admiration, caution and near indifference, the trade considered the impact of Pontet-Canet’s surprise release this week.
US celebrity chef Mario Batali has been forced to temporarily close his New York wine shop and pay fines of half a million dollars after breaking New York State liquor laws.
Last week the drinks business was lucky enough to take a trip to sun-drenched Burgundy for the Grands Jours de Bourgogne
More pseudo-science now as the “Fine wine vs” series tackles the weighty issue of which letter is the most influential in fine wine.
Wine sales in the UK’s on and off-trade dropped by 2% this year, while on-trade alcohol sales dropped by 6%, according to a WSTA report.
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