A hotel in California has broken the record for the world’s largest Champagne tasting.
Coinciding with the state’s 50th anniversary of independence, the DFS Group will present its fifth annual Master of Wines and Spirits collection in Singapore this November.
The famous “inventor” of Champagne, Dom Pierre Pérignon, died on this day 300 years ago.
Wally’s first New York sale of the autumn season will feature a fine array of wines and rare single malt Scotch.
Champagne Lanson is seeking to enhance its travel retail business with the launch of a gift box with symbols from the house’s 250-year history.
Champagne house AR Lenoble in the Côte des Blancs has launched its own vintage honey made by 70,000 busy bees on its estate.
Champagne house Moët & Chandon has released a few thousand bottles of a new multi-vintage prestige cuvée Champagne priced at €450 a bottle.
The Liv-ex Fine Wine 100 and 1000 indices saw a small gain and a small decline respectively in August.
Champagne Pol Roger has launched the 2004 vintage of its Sir Winston Churchill prestige cuvée.
A wine trader has appeared in court to deny conning investors out of £350,000 for expensive bottles of Bordeaux and Champagne that never existed.
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