Christian Seely, managing director of Château Pichon Baron owner Axa Millésime, reflects on the future of the primeurs system in Bordeaux.
On one of the few sunny winter days in February, Vincent Lignac, 38, is pruning the 5.3 hectares of his family’s vineyard Château Guadet, on the edge of the picturesque medieval town of Saint Emilion.
The sloping hillside of Château Biac faces the Garonne River, which protects the vineyard from both frost and heat. Like its storybook setting, Château Biac has a story to tell, writes Tania Teschke.
With London Cocktail Week kicking off next week, brand ambassador Max Warner explains what makes a truly great cocktail list.
London Cocktail Week is back and promises to be bigger than ever packed with masterclasses, cocktails and competitions.
South Korea might not be a country known for its wines but, as the Wine Explorers discover, that hasn’t stopped its enthusiastic, but small set of winemakers.
Lazy marketers are big supporters of line extensions. “It’s easy volume. There’s no risk, ” they’ll tell you.
Reacting to Sir John Hegarty’s cutting critique of the wine trade published yesterday, David Boyer points out the “potential flaws” in his marketing proposal.
Welcome to Taiwan, a beautiful island of 35,961 square kilometres to the South East of China where there are as many scooters as there are people.
There’s an old story about August Busch III that says a lot about leadership.
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