Jackson Family Wines raised its bet on high-end Pinot Noir today with the purchase of Siduri, a Sonoma-based producer that has helped define the style of modern California Pinot with its numerous single-vineyard wines.
Going once … Thanks to its zero-duty status, Hong Kong has grown to be the Asian centre of the wine auction world, setting records every year, with prices for first growth and rare wines reaching stratospheric levels.
A 1982 Château Mouton Rothschild, 1961 Château Margaux and 1963 Taylor Fladgate vintage port are among the 1,200-plus bottles ripe for the picking at the Lyric Opera of Chicago's live and silent wine auctions—and you only have a week left to bid. (So get going!) Before I get into the details [...]
Gilles Besse is a handsome jazz saxophonist-turned-wine-producer and TV pundit. He is also president of Swiss Wine Promotion, and his belief is that Swiss wine is not celebrated enough abroad. When I last saw him, in November, he talked about how
Skurnik Wines & Spirits, an importer and distributor, has proved an effective launching pad for some of the most talented salespeople in the New York area, many of whom went on to found businesses of their own.
There’s an endless discussion of Old World versus New World wines, and what a recent trip to France revealed is that both are wonderful in different ways and for different reasons. Old World wines are restrained, structured and redolent
HONG KONG -- The works of Chagall, Picasso, Andy Warhol and the Prince of Wales will all be up for sale on Friday, but not in picture frames. These works are on the labels of wines from Chateau Mouton Rothschild to be auctioned by Sotheby's in Hong Kong.