While an ever more diligent approach means that vintage declarations are becoming ever more regular, for Champagne’s top marques, the release of a new prestige cuvée still calls for some measure of song and dance. Or, these days, it seems, a new work of art.
World wine output may fall 5.3 percent this year because of excess rain that spoiled grape harvests in South America and adverse weather in French vineyards, resulting in one of the smallest vintages of the past 20 years, according to an intergovernmental group.
Tomorrow [Thursday 20th October] Christie’s will host a major auction of fine and rare wines from the Avery family cellar. It is not one for collectors to miss and has been described by the wine writer Michael Broadbent as, “undoubtedly one of the finest and most comprehensive collections of old and rare wines ever to appear at auction.”
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