Fine wine investment: Perfect points

We were asked this week whether we thought Angélus 2005 might now be worth buying, after its decline against an otherwise firm market, and the query threw up two interesting points. First, it pays to shop around, and second, a Parker 100-pointer still has a certain cachet.

Thompson’s Spirits launches ‘sommelier’s gin’ aged in Sauternes barrels

Bordeaux's Thompson's Spirits has launched a limited edition, cask strength, grape-based gin, aged in Sauternes barrels from Château Labouade, in partnership with Swedish sommelier Andreas Larsson. 

HDH announces ‘largest ever’ sale

US fine wine auctioneer Hart Davis Hart has announced that its September sale will be the company’s biggest ever auction, potentially realising US$10-15 million.

Wine importer unveils 19th century wine dinner priced at HK$108,000

A Hong Kong-based wine importer has unveiled arguably the most expensive wine dinner in the city at HK$108,000 (US$13,800) a head, featuring a lineup of 14 rare bottles from the 19th century, including a few pre-phylloxera wines from Bordeaux and Burgundy.

Fine wine wobbles in July

August 6th, 2018

Inglenook joins La Place

July 25th, 2018

Rousseau leads Bonhams sale

July 16th, 2018

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