Barolo moderniser Domenico Clerico dies

One of Barolo’s leading winemakers who shook up viticulture in the famous Italian region, Domenico Clerico, has died aged 67.

Alto Piemonte ‘an incredible alternative to Burgundy’

Nebbiolos from the little-known region of Alto Piemonte in the foothills of the Alps offer “an incredible alternative to Burgundy”, according to Italian wine specialist Walter Speller.

Carlo Franchetti: ‘Nerello Mascalese is the best of Burgundy and Barolo’

Nerello Macalese, an indigenous red grape variety from Sicily, has been called the "ideal" grape, in-between both Burgundy and Barolo, by Carlo Franchetti from Mt.Etna's oldest winery Passopisciaro.

Around Italy in 180 minutes with dbHK

From Timorasso to Vermentino Nero, Italy’s little-known grape varieties had their moment to shine at a dinner hosted by the drinks business HK and VinoVeritas.

The week in pictures: Hong Kong

January 27th, 2016

Fine wine predictions for 2016

January 6th, 2016

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