Communicating the ageability of Soave wines is crucial to the rebuilding of the region’s winemaking reputation, Kerin O’Keefe has said.
A collection of rare Madeira from the cellar of Patrick Grubb MW is to go on sale in London next month.
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.
Château Palmer has offered its 2015 at almost the same opening price as its 2009 and 2010 wines.
Lanson is set to take part in its 39th partnership year with Wimbledon, launching its now trademark neoprene-jacketed bottles to mark the occasion.
Moët & Chandon is inviting Champagne enthusiasts to celebrate its fizz on what it has declared to be the first Global Moët Day – 11 June.
Neal Martin’s 10-year retrospective report for the Bordeaux 2006 vintage has seen Mouton Rothschild and Cheval Blanc take the top scores.
Awin Barratt Siegel has teamed up with Glasgow-based fellow independent importer Alexander Wine to target the Scottish market.
An archaeological dig in Georgia has turned up evidence of wine cultivation dating back 8,000 years.
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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