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Les 110 de Taillevent, the wine bar and restaurant launched in 2012 by the family behind Paris Michelin two-star Le Taillevent, opened its foreign branch in London’s Cavendish Square this…
The new majority owner of Gusbourne Estate plans to double the English winery's size within two years.
Winemaker CP Lin is understood to have left New Zealand's Mountford Estate after 16 years due to a dispute with the owners.
SOMM, a documentary that charts the rigours of achieving the elusive Master Sommelier qualification, went on general release in the US last week.
Radical changes in the sparkling wine world caused by climate change and the opening up of new regions, will be one of the key discussion points at the next International…
The UK Government will auction wines from its official cellar for the first time, selling off valuable wines that are 'approaching or are at peak drinking'.
The UK trade is predicting a sustained increase in fine wine prices, encouraged by ongoing interest following the Chinese New Year.
Christie's Finest and Rarest Wines and Spirits sale last week, featuring spirits from Paris's Le Tour d'Argent restaurant, fetched nearly £4.2m (US$6.7m) and broke several records.
Gavin Chanin, assistant winemaker at Santa Barbara wineries Au Bon Climat and Qupé for eight years, has left to launch a winery with Bill Price, whose Classic Wines portfolio includes…
Anders Selmer, former Noma sommelier-turned-winemaker, will be pouring his own wine in London this September, at the Design Junction furniture show.
Port house Quinta do Noval has announced the finalists for its second chocolate matching competition.
Wine isn’t seen as a worthwhile alternative investment by the rich, according to a new report commissioned by Barclays.
Trade during the London Olympics has been 'absolutely disastrous' for restaurants in the capital, with trade down 40% on normal levels, they say.
Heavy metal legends Motörhead have launched Bastards Lager, adding to their portfolio of alcoholic beverages.
Wine entrepreneur Paulo Pong has launched a mini-chain of wine shops in Hong Kong, each focusing on a different region of France.
Uncertainty over the viability of the European Monetary Union and volatility of the euro may incite investors to seek refuge in wine, suggest financial experts including John Authers, FT columnist…
Construction on the controversial Mosel bridge has been stopped due to missing or faulty documentation or calculations, according to reports.
The arrest by the FBI of Rudy Kurniawan is not enough to deter the tide of fake wine, alleged victims of counterfeiting say.
Spectrum Wine Auctions and Vanquish Wines will host their first Hong Kong-style sale on the evening of 8 February at London’s Mandarin Oriental Hotel.
A Geneva-based stamp specialist, David Feldman Auctions, is to hold wine sales in Hong Kong – with an 1894 Barolo as a highlight lot.
California-based Spectrum Wine Auctions is working with London luxury drinks merchant Vanquish to launch a UK auction business.
Teams from Wharton and Harvard business schools have reached the final round of the 20 sur Vin trivia and tasting competition organised by the Commanderie de Bontemps.
Acker Merrall & Condit's first Hong Kong auction of 2011 fetched over US$10m – with some prices trouncing the higher-profile Lloyd Webber sale at Sotheby’s.
Chateau Lafite – and Andrew Lloyd Webber – have proved as potent a draw as ever in the latest Sotheby’s Hong Kong auction.
Vinexpo has won its case against the Italian promoter it accused of unfair business practices.
Paul Henry, formerly head of marketing at the Australian Wine & Brandy Corporation (AWBC), has joined wine industry research firm Wine Intelligence as associate director.
Acker Merreall & Condit's final Hong Kong auction of the year, held 10 and 11 December, achieved HK$51.2m (US$7.95m).
A chain of California-themed wine bars launching across Asia will open its first branch in January in Hong Kong.