Week in pictures: Hong Kong

Last week has been busy for the Hong Kong’s drinks industry. The drinks business Hong Kong hosted the inaugural Asian Masters Cabernet Sauvignon competition, Berry Bros & Rudd held a Rhone 2015 en primeur tasting, Ned Goodwin MW flew in for an animated and frank masterclass on Champagne and French GourMay hosted a press conference and a tasting of wines from Spain’s Castilla-La Mancha.

A panel of expert judges composed of leading wine merchants,wine educators and sommeliers, including one Master Sommelier, blind-tasted and judged more than 100 wines for the drinks business Hong Kong‘s inaugural Asian Masters Cabernet Sauvignon on Tuesday at the historic Crown Wine Cellar. Results will be revealed in our upcoming dbHK April/May issue. Stay tuned.

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