The seventh instalment of the Bourgogne Wines Club, hosted by the BIVB in Hong Kong earlier this week, saw a group of sommeliers blind taste 8 Chablis Premier Cru wines and assign Left or Right Bank to each.
The fifth edition of ‘Bien Boire en Beaujolais’ (BBB) saw 1,500 visitors descend on the region for the annual tasting.
The winner and two runner-ups from the Ruinart Challenge 2016, which tests sommeliers in their blind tasting abilities and wine knowledge, have been revealed.
Bordeaux 2015 – a great year, or over-hyped? Renowned consultant and general Bordelais big shot Michel Rolland is in no two minds about it, and isn’t shy about slamming his critics.
Vins de Provence has hosted an art-jamming workshop and rosé tasting in Hong Kong, a market which saw sales of rosé grow 32% in 2015.
March was a sparkling month for new releases in the world of drinks, with Prosecco, Champagne and English fizz galore.
If you’re an investor, remember that you never ‘own’ a case of wine – you’re merely holding on to it in the hope of a return.
Château Haut-Brion is no longer quite the pre-eminent premier grand cru classé claret at auction, but where it does trump the likes of Mouton and Lafite is in its price stability.
Reports have emerged that Spain’s biggest Cava producer, Freixenet, has received a buyout offer.
Far from inky, over-extracted tongue-strippers, most Malbecs being produced around the world today demonstrate a remarkable sense of balance, as our Malbec Global Masters made clear.
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