Fine Wine Investment: Monkey business

Even a gibbon could make money if the overall market was going up but that's not how any market, let alone fine wine, works – so why is it that some people seem happy to participate without doing what they would do if they made any other material financial outlay; find out a bit about the market and how it operates before laying their money down?

Fraud charges rock Bordeaux

In the wake of revelations regarding an enormous false labelling scandal in the Rhône, now one of Bordeaux’s leading négociants has been caught up in a fraud suit.

Former Armit Wines Asia head sets up new company in Hong Kong

Following the announcement that wine merchant Armit was closing its Hong Kong office late last year, the former head of Armit Wines Asia, Richard Sutton, has launched his new company in Hong Kong called Phoenix Fine Wines & Vineyards, dbHK has learned.

Jean-Claude Berrouet wins Winemakers’ Winemaker award 2018

Jean-Claude Berrouet, the former winemaker at Château Petrus, has been named as the 2018 recipient of the Winemakers’ Winemaker award.

NYC opener brings in US$2m

February 28th, 2018

No Angludet in 2017

February 2nd, 2018

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