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O’Keefe: ageability key to Soave’s success

Communicating the ageability of Soave wines is crucial to the rebuilding of the region’s winemaking reputation, Kerin O’Keefe has said.

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Grubb’s Madeira collection for sale

A collection of rare Madeira from the cellar of Patrick Grubb MW is to go on sale in London next month.

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Auction Napa Valley in pictures

This year’s Auction Napa Valley was as glitzy as ever, and included a meat feast prepared by Argentine chef Francis Mallmann. Click through to see how the weekend unfolded.

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Bordeaux 15: Palmer releases at 09/10 level

Château Palmer has offered its 2015 at almost the same opening price as its 2009 and 2010 wines.

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Lanson prepared to pour at Wimbledon

Lanson is set to take part in its 39th partnership year with Wimbledon, launching its now trademark neoprene-jacketed bottles to mark the occasion.

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Champagne house declares first global Moët day

Moët & Chandon is inviting Champagne enthusiasts to celebrate its fizz on what it has declared to be the first Global Moët Day – 11 June.

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Mouton and Cheval top Martin’s ‘06 scores

Neal Martin’s 10-year retrospective report for the Bordeaux 2006 vintage has seen Mouton Rothschild and Cheval Blanc take the top scores.

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ABS partnership targets Scottish market

Awin Barratt Siegel has teamed up with Glasgow-based fellow independent importer Alexander Wine to target the Scottish market.

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Ancient traces of winemaking found in Georgia

An archaeological dig in Georgia has turned up evidence of wine cultivation dating back 8,000 years.

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Proust Q&A: Laurent Delaunay, Badet Clément

Laurent Delaunay, president of Burgundian négociant Badet Clément, reveals his greatest fear, why he covets a bottle of 1929 Beaune and how he lets loose at rock and roll clubs in Hong Kong.

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