The big management consulting firms are turning their hands to wine, and for a very good reason. Investors want to know when it’s best to buy and when to sell wine in a decision-making context based on criteria that go way beyond a simple score awarded by the world’s most famous wine critics.
A renowned Italian red earned the No. 8 spot in Wine Spectator's Top 100 of 2016—the most exciting wines of the past year. See photos, video and a full review: rating, price, tasting note and when it's best to drink.
Tasting a wine for evaluation is something wine professionals are compelled to do. But it’s not the best way to assess a wine. It’s a compromise. Critics for consumer wine magazines, judges in wine competitions, and sommeliers in restaurants must evaluate dozens of bottles in a sitting, and to actually drink that much wine poses obvious challenges. The solution is to take a sip of wine, taste and swirl, take its measure, then spit it out.
Harrods has teamed up with one of Bordeaux’s most renowned châteaux to create the limited edition La Mission Haut-Brion “A Cut Above” for the ultimate wine dinner. Each of these six handcrafted cases (£5,000, available from Friday 25 November) comprises four of the estate’s most celebrated vintages...
In the city of Reims, France, Champagne Taittinger, the largest family-owned Champagne house, continues the tradition of creating its fine wines just as it has since 1932 when Pierre Taittinger founded the brand.
One of the less attractive aspects of investing is referred to by psychologists as “loss-aversion syndrome”. In lay terms, we dislike our losers far more than we like our winners. So let’s make a big noise about enjoying a winner.
American sparkling wine is gaining in prestige and desirability, and more producers who made their reputation with still wines are getting involved. Here, an overview of the current landscape, with a few recommendations that are perfect for the holidays.
So we have those who produce the wines, ie the product to sell. Then there is the middle section who are professionals who know what wines are all about, the important communication channels with their tasting events and the outlets on/off trade buyers.
At the first tasting of Graham’s Single Harvest Tawny Ports in Hong Kong, Paul Symington described Port as being at a “crossroads.” “We’ve been around since the time of the dinosaurs and we will stay in this dinosaur age until we reinvent ourselves and shake off this image of Port only being drunk at London’s city clubs with old men quaffing it by the gallon. The world is calling out for something different.”
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